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Sights and Tourist Attractions in Yalta

Taraktashska Trail
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The beautiful Tract of Taraktash, name of which is translated from Turkic as a “rocky crest”, gave the name to the popular hiking trail connecting the Uchan-Su Waterfall with the Ai-Petri Yayla via this tract. The crest has developed from a slope of the Ai-Petri Yayla in the result of a rockslid
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Surrounded with relic pine-trees, the Uchan-Su Waterfall casts the same-named river waters down the 98.5-meter vertical cliff. The name of this highest waterfall of Ukraine is translated as the “flying water”. Indeed, when the snow is melting on the yayla or after heavy showers, the powerful
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The rocky peak of the Stavry-Kaya Cliff climbs to 663 meters above sea level. The name is translated from Greek and Turkic as a “cross cliff”. A legend relates to a massive stone cross that was built by Taur, an extremely strong man who had lived here in the remote past. Taur had fallen ill afte
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The Botkinskaya Trail leads from the Polyana Skazok Camping in Yalta to the Uchan-Su Waterfall. The trail is named after Sergey Botkin, a prominent Russian physician. Prizing the healing affect of the Crimean climate, Botkin has initiated creation of a several terrainkurs, the trails of health, in t
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