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Top 5 Mysterious Places of Ural
4.02.2008 15:07
Top 5 Mysterious Places of Ural

The Yekaterinburg research group Stalker and the project Our Ural have made up a rating of the most mysterious places of Ural. The rating is based on a poll and on the frequency with which the places are mentioned in media.
      The 1st position is given to Arkaim Town an ancient Aryan settlement. The 2nd position of the rating goes to Dyatlov Pass where in winter 1959 a group of nine experienced tourists died under unexplained circumstances. M-Triangle zone is the 3rd on the list it is the first officially recognized anomalous zone in Russia. The 4th in the rating is the Nevyanskaya Leaning Tower, and the 5th position is given to the area of Polevskoi and Sysert places described in stories of the Russian writer Bazhov.


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