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Panoramic photo by Metik Sergey EXPERT Taken 14:00, 10/07/2012 - Views loading...

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View From Dlinnaya Mountain 1

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View from the top of Dlinnaya (long, stretched) Mountain on Uskalyk river valley and Andreevka village near the border Orenburg region and Republic of Bashkortostan. It was a deed to climb up for 640 feet. When one's sixty four...

At 6.45 p. m. on 9th of July, 2012.

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