The most savage Russian natural monuments

LAKE CHEDDAR. Located in the south of Tuva Basin, this lake lies on the border of Russia and Mongolia in a drainless basin flanked by Jurassic-era sand and clay rocks. The basin is surrounded by a rolling treeless plain. Since 1932, the lake has been the site of a resort. The main curative delights are brine and mud.

LAKE CHEDDAR. Located in the south of Tuva Basin, this lake lies on the border of Russia and Mongolia in a drainless basin flanked by Jurassic-era sand and clay rocks. The basin is surrounded by a rolling treeless plain. Since 1932, the lake has been the site of a resort. The main curative delights are brine and mud.

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