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Budaki Liman's weird landscape

Red grass on the dry bottom Budaki Liman. Budaki Liman is the firth (or lagoon) near Black Sea, Odessa region, Ukraine.

Liman is separated from the sea by narrow spit that has width from 80 to 200 meters and spreads to 18 kilometres. The name Budaki descends from Turkish word «Bataki» that means bog, muds. The Budaki Liman (firth or lagoon) is famous by its therapeutic muds. June, 2015.

Copyright: Vitaly Lukiyanchuk
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 20/06/2015
Uploaded: 20/07/2015


Tags: ukraine; odessa; land; clouds; exterior; summer; landscape; grass; nature; red
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