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Urochische Tuzkain Russia
Kazakhstan

On a deserted plateau near Kazahkstan border. There're seen two Sarmatian barrows westwards. The East slopes of a plateau are dismembered by hollows joining Terensay ravine and further in small river Tamdy. Some birch-aspen groves there're in hollows, forming urochische (natural boundary) Tuzkain.

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Uploaded: 12/10/2011
Updated: 18/08/2014
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