Kungur


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Kungur

(ˈkʊnɡʊə)
n
(Placename) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Kongur Shan
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Just in one-hour trip from Perm there is the famous Kungur ice cavern where you can see bizarre grottos and underground lakes.
Ginzburg, traveled to Kem, Kotlas, Arkhangel'sk, Kungur near Sverdlovsk, Novosibirsk, and elsewhere to inspect camps and issue instructions (ibid., op.
These are the soils of unique Kungur forest-steppe that are chernozem clayey-illuvial, dark-grey, and grey soils.
"This particular model had been crewed by journalists and driven past some spectacular sights, including Lake Baikal, the Altai Mountains and the Kungur Ice Caves, overcoming hidden potholes, footballsized rocks, overturned trucks and herds of livestock."
Crewed by journalists, media and Mazda dealers, the teams took in a variety of sights including Lake Baikal, the Altai Mountains and the Kungur ice caves and were escorted on the way by Mazdas driven by local fans.
- WIMM-BILL-DANN FOODS BUYS KUNGUR DAIRY PLANT TO EXPAND IN THE URALS
Arheobotaanika ajalugu Eestis on lahutamatu siinse arheoloogia ja paleobotaanika ajaloost (vt Laasimer 1965; Jaanits jt 1982; Jaanits 1988; Kungur & Selirand 1988; Lougas 1988; Jaanits 1991; Rouk 1992; Lang 2000; Soon jt 2000).
According to the tax assessment books from the first census (reviziia) in 1722 of Perm' Province (Solikamsk, Kungur, and Cherdyn districts), the province had a population of 69,603 male souls from whom the soul tax was collected.
Russian dairy and juice maker Wimm-Bill-Dann Foods (NYSE:WBD) on Monday said it had bought the Kungur dairy plant in the Perm region, in a move to boost its position in the Urals.