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Yaman Kasy Quarry
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Abandoned Yaman-Kasy quarry, where copper and zinc ore was mined for Mednogorsky plant (Yaman - in Turkic ​​means "bad"). At  1:54 p. m. on 16th of July, 2013.

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Tags: abandoned; yaman-kasy; quarry; copper; zinc; ore; mine; mednogorsky plant; orenburg region; industry; kuvandyk
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