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View From A Hill On Salmysh 3
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View on Salmysh from a hill with a mark of 211 meters above sea level. The river originates in Sharlyksky rayon, of Orenburg region and passes on Octyabrsky and Sakmarsky rayons. It's a tributary of Sakmara. At 7:15 p. m. on 14th of May, 2013.

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Uploaded: 17/05/2013
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Tags: nature; hill; salmysh; river; octyabrsky rayon; sakmara; summer; orenburg
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