Tohzass grotto
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Tohzass grotto

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Тохзасский грот - самый большой грот скального массива Тогыз-Аз Ефремкинского карстового участка, расположенного по течению реки Белый Июс. Длина 60 м. Высота входа 12 м, ширина - 15 м. Открыт в 1886г. красноярцем Проскуряковым. В гроте были найдены следы стоянки древних людей - кости, керамика. На стене имеется руническая надпись, выполненая красной и черной красками.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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