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Sights and Tourist Attractions in Okhotnichye

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Turkic for a “summer pasture”, the yayla is a general for the Crimean mountain plateaus that were used for cattle grazing. Yaylas of the Main Ridge of the Crimean Mountains stretch over the area of 1565 square kilometers. The most visited is the Ai-Petri Yayla connected with the coastal Miskhor via a cable-car road. Due to powerful storms, the Crimean yaylas are majorly treeless, or have a few sole standing, wind bent trees. Plateaus are covered with grasses, and dwarf plants form clumps on exposed stones and small rocks.
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