четверг, 16 октября 2008 г.

Ural landscapes

Полярный Урал долина реки Лагорта
«Полярный Урал долина реки Лагорта» на Яндекс.Фотках
Polar Ural the valley of river Lagorta

Озеро Сугомак
«Озеро Сугомак» на Яндекс.Фотках
Lake Sugomak

Посмотреть на Яндекс.Фотках
about Taganai

«Чусовая» на Яндекс.Фотках
River Chusovaya

Кунгурская ледяная пещера. Пермский край
«Кунгурская ледяная пещера. Пермский край» на Яндекс.Фотках
Kungur Ice Cave

The Kungur Ice Cave is located in the vicinity of Kungur, on the right bank of the Sylva River. Ramified passages stretch under the ground for over 6,000 metres, and only a small part has already been explored. To this day old slides and crumblings do not allow to determine the total length of the passages. In the explored part of the cave there are several dozens of grottoes; the largest one, which is called the Druzhba (Friendship) Grotto, was given its name in honour of the participants of the International Geological Congress who visited the cave in 1937. Inside this grotto there is a lake with the area of 750 m². The grottoes are "adorned" with columns of stalagmites and icicles of stalactites up to two metres in height. Over millennia, limestone bearing water has created an infinite variety of forms in the cave, like snowflakes which change in size during the year and reach the size of a maple leaf during late winter. The cave is filled with water from the Sylva River twice a year, in spring and in fall, when it is not accessible to tourists

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