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Lake near Old Akhtuba river, near Volzhsky and Volgograd

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Lake near Old Akhtuba river in floodplain, near Volzhsky city, Srednyaya Akhtuba, Volgograd region. About 300m to famous Lotus Lake, which you can view in my panos too.

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