On Sakmara River
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On Sakmara River

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On Sakmara river bank near Cherny Otrog settlement. It's a right tributary of Ural, of 798 km length, with basin area 30.2 thousand sq. km. A hot summer day, at 12.00, on 26th of June 2012.

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