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Sakmara river
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View of Sakmara river from a hill in the very beginning of summer 2011. There's a monument seen far away, erected in commemoration of Red Army soldgers, died in Salmysh battle fighting Kolchak on April 26th 1919. Kolchak's troops were defeated and turned in flight. At 15:55, on 8th of May 2011.

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