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a mountain range in the Southern Urals, mostly in the Bashkir ASSR. The range has elevations to 1,328 m and is 45 km long. It is composed of quartzites and sandstones. The slopes are covered with coniferous forests (primarily pine and spruce); above 1,000–1,200 m there are stone deposits. [17–860 -1]

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