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Belbek canyon
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Бельбе́кский каньо́н (Бельбекские или Албатские Ворота; укр. Бельбекський каньйон, крымскотат. Belbek boğazı, Бельбек богъазы) — участок сужения долины крымской реки Бельбек между посёлком Куйбышево и селом Танковое, где река пересекает Внутреннюю гряду Крымских гор. Длина каньона — 5 км, высота бортов 65-70 м, ширина в наиболее узком месте — 300 м. Каньон образовался благодаря процессу водной эрозии, происходившей в проложенной глубокой трещиной расколе в меловых известняках и мергелях куэсты Внутренней гряды Крымских гор.

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