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Sol-Iletsk “Salt lakes of Orenburg region”

Sol-Iletsk is a small town located in the Orenburg region, on the border of Russia and Kazakhstan, 970 km from Ekaterinburg. There are salt lakes with similar water composition with the famous Dead sea in Israel.

Tour duration: 10 day(s)

Tour cost from 9300 rubles.

The most famous lake Collapse, where the water is so salty that allows you to lie on its surface,

In Sol-Iletsk has seven lakes:

1. Mineral (brine) lake with highly concentrated salt water – brine: the Collapse, New.

2. Graziani containing brine and therapeutic mud: Tuzluca, Wrymouth (hope), a lake of Joy.

3. Mineral having a low concentration of salt: a Large city and Small city.

Indications for treatment:

– psoriasis;

– atopic dermatitis children and eczema;

– diseases of the musculoskeletal system;

– diseases of the nervous system;

the remaining infiltration and adhesions in the thoracic and abdominal cavity after injury, surgery, infections (except of tuberculosis);

– diseases of female sexual sphere;

– vascular disease.

Infrastructure:

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Lake Victoria

 

Victoria (Victoria Nyanza, Ukereoue, eng. Lake Victoria, Victoria Nyanza, Swahili Ziwa Victoria viktória Nyanza, Nyanza Ziwa) is a lake in East Africa, in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. Located in a tectonic trough of the East African platform, at a height of 1134 m. This is the 2nd largest freshwater lake in the world after lake superior the largest lake in Africa by area. It is also the highest among tropical lakes. Show all..

Discovered the lake and named it in honor of Queen Victoria of the British Explorer John Henning Speke in 1858.

Hollow lake. Victoria in East Africa was formed as a result of the doming uplift of the surrounding land.

Geographical position

The area of 68 thousand km2, length 320 km, the maximum width of 275 km. Is part of the Victoria reservoir. A lot of Islands. Abundant river flows into the Kagera, it follows the Victoria Nile. The lake is navigable, the people engaged on it fishing.

North shore crosses the equator. Lake with a maximum depth of 80 m is a sufficiently deep lakes.

In contrast to the deep neighbors, Tanganyika and Nyasa, which lie within a system of gorges of Africa, lake Victoria fills a shallow depression between the Eastern and Western sides of the valley Great gorge. Continue reading

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