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Two New Cave Complexes Found in Chelyabinsk Region
1.10.2014 15:30
Two New Cave Complexes Found in Chelyabinsk Region

Two new complexes of about ten caves have been found on the bank of River Sinar in the Kunashak District of the Chelyabinsk Region.

      It was reported by the speleologist and archeologist Vladimir Yurin, who discovered them.

      The Cave Towns, as the scientist names them, are located 2.5 kilometers away from the Ust-Karabolka Village, in the rocks not far from the natural boundary the Salt Ford.

      The first cave complex includes about six or seven caves. The second set is made of four caves. They are located at the distance of about 80 meters from each other. The deepest cave extends for 27 meters. The cave complexes are named Solyanobrodsky Upper Caves and Solyanobrodsky Lower Caves respectively.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Chelyabinsk Region Caves Speleology   

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