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  • Zyuratkul, National Park
    Urals and stretches from the north to the south for 49 km from the west to the east for 28 km The park area is 88 249 ha The national park got its name from the high mountainous lake Zyuratkul the only one on the western slope of the South Urals 724 m above sea level and one of the mountain ranges whose pronounced woodless peak can be easily observed from Chelyabinsk Ufa roadway The main natural axes of the park are the mountain ranges crossing it from the north east to the south west Urenga Yagodny Nurgush Moskal Bolshaya Suka The ranges are divided by the valleys with multiple streams and rivers The park is located on the watershed dividing line in the south west the basic water drain line is the river Yuryuzan in the north east the river Malaya Satka and the lake Zyuratkul The park boasts a unique diversity of plants and animals It is rich in inimitable natural sites historical archaeological and hydro technical artifacts Excursions to this site of the South Urals are arranged all year round The park has developed hiking and water routes starting in towns and villages where the park possesses

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  • Ilmen Wildlife Park
    taiga and steppe species There are ground squirrels elks white and grey hares ermines weasels imperial eagles and white tailed eagles European and oriental cuckoo woodcocks whooper swans cranes peregrines Since 1936 there has been a museum of natural history in the park It is among the top five largest geologic and mineral museums in the country The museum begins with a historic hall Here you can see materials dedicated

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  • Russian Brazil Mineralogical Landmark
    in abundance but from South Urals Russian Brazil is located near the town of Plast on the banks of the rivers Kamenka and Sanarka in the midst of gold sand woods and old bold mountains What does Russian Brazil mean for the experts and connoisseurs of the Ural minerals First of all this means gold and rare precious stones As such euclases and pink topazes have been attracting generations of precious stones enthusiasts We can name a dozen more local minerals worth the interest rubins chrysoberyls aquamarines spinels which also have not left unfazed those interested in precious stones But only when one gets to know this special place its history and nature landscapes and geology a real mineralogical depository a special and unique mineralogical world is revealed Many deposits still not fully uncovered by geologists are one of the mysteries of this land Unique mineralogy and even more amazing geology structure of Andreevsky Sanarsky and Krestovozdvizhenskly lead zinc mines make them natural and historical monuments Extremely rare minerals for the Urals and Russia like clinoclase olivinite partzite romeite and sabelliit have been found here The treasures have been attractive for many the placers are rich in topazes rubins euclases

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  • Porogi, historical-cultural complex
    still exists and has not been reconstructed Currently Porozhskaya hydroelectric power station is the sole source of power supply for Porogi and Postroyka settlements The importance of the factory complex Porogi as a world industrial culture significant site was confirmed by the International Committee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage TICCIH In 1993 it became one of the main contenders for inclusion in the UNESCO list of world s industrial

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  • Ignatievskaya Cave
    gallery In 1949 upon the recommendation of the archaeologist K V Salnikov it was declared to be an archeological significant site In 1961 it was declared a natural site of regional importance In 1995 the cave was included in the List of objects of historical and cultural heritage of federal all Russia importance There are only three comparable caves with Paleolithic drawings of ancient people in Russia Kapova in Bashkiria

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  • Taganay National Park
    Russia north of Russia the Volga area Urals Western and Central Siberia Kazakhstan The park has almost untouched precious eco systems mountain tundra and meadows sparse woodlands and relict forests Although in mineral contents Taganay loses to the world famous Ilmeny see Ilmeny Wildlife Park the collection samples of Taganay minerals are exhibited at many museums in Russia and other countries The park has more than 10 natural sites with

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  • Karagay Forest
    These are salubrious places The relict wood has such properties which rejuvenate people making them feeling cheerful and full of energy Karagay forest has its own mineral springs healthy sapropelic mud is brought from the renowned deposit Yakty Kul One of the largest therapeutic resorts of Chelyabinsk region Karagay Bor Karagay forest welcomes both adults and children all year round They can undergo some therapy there or just relax as

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  • Lake Uvildy
    total volume of water exceeds one billion cubic meters The total length of Uvildy coastline is more than one hundred km Uvildy mirror like surface stretches on the eastern slope of the Urals range near the foot of Fominka and Cheremshanka Mounts in the west Sobachya Mount in the south west Barsuchya Mount in the south If you peek at the lake from the airplane window the surface will be

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