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The most impressive natural landmarks in Russia

In the Volgograd region, on the Don River, is an extremely interesting geological object: chalk mountains made up of ancient sands. It seems that this was once the bottom of an ocean, since deposits here contain the fossils of ancient sharks and plesiosaurs. The chalk mountains reach 100 meters in high and can be considered the tallest in Europe.
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Lake Elton, in the Volgograd region, is Europe’s largest salt lake. Its area measures nearly 150 square kilometers. The lake’s name comes from the Kazakh word “altyn-nur” meaning “golden lake”. Lake Elton’s bed contains salt and hydrogen sulfide mud deposits that are used to treat the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. In the past, coming to Lake Elton for rest and health treatments was considered to be so prestigious that members of the Russian aristocracy and members of the royal family made their way to this desert.
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Baskunchak is another salt lake. Mount Bolshoye Bogdo towers next to it. The mountain is covered in early Triassic limestone (approximately 250 millions old) and clay. People began to mine the salt from the lake in order to trade on the Silk Road as early as the 8th century. Salt is still mined here for use in food.
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The Seven Brothers in the Chelyabinsk region’s Ural Mountains is a group of steep cliffs that are tall for a steppe zone. These rock figures are the source of many legends among locals. The cliffs are 30-35 meters high. The gigantic rocks are formed of gray tiny crystal formations, most likely diabase or dolerite.
Baskunchak is another salt lake. Mount Bolshoye Bogdo towers next to it. The mountain is covered in early Triassic limestone (approximately 250 millions old) and clay. People began to mine the salt from the lake in order to trade on the Silk Road as early as the 8th century. Salt is still mined here for use in food.
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The salt Burlinskoye Lake is situated in the Altai Krai. Up until 1984, table salt was mined by hand here. However, after the collection process was mechanized, the salt crystals stopped growing and the salt that was mined was only useful for livestock purposes. The lake, rarely deeper than one meter, had a unique hydrochemical balance that was subsequently disturbed.
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The Sarykum Dune in Dagestan is situated near the regional capital of Makhachkala. Russian scientists consider Eurasia’s largest sand dune to be a relict dune, meaning it hasn’t undergone changes like the geological structures surrounding it. The dune’s tallest point is 250 meters high. The mound is made up of fine golden sand and resembles a miniature Asian desert.
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MYTHS ABOUT TRANSLATION AND TRANSLATORS

You can’t use the services of freelance translators, if you want a one-stop shop for your multi-lingual translation and some DTP

Many freelance translators offer not only translation, but other services as well. They can do everything themselves, or partner up with other freelancers. I provide editing by a second linguist, keyword research and localization and on-device language testing for Android and iOS mobile apps. I know colleagues, who offer DTP and project management as well.

If you have a multilingual project working with a big agency seems to be the easiest option, but if you spend some time on research, you might find a team of freelancers who will provide a higher quality and a more personalized approach.
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The most impressive natural landmarks in Russia

Another unique natural landmark in Kabardino-Balkaria are the Golubye Ozera, or Blue Lakes. The chemical composition of the water makes it a bluish turquoise. On a bright, sunny day, the water is completely clear and visibility reaches 70 meters. The lake is unique in that not a single river feeds into it. Instead, this karst spring lake is fed by underwater sources.
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MYTHS ABOUT TRANSLATION AND TRANSLATORS

Higher price always means higher quality

Unfortunately, higher price does not always guarantee the best quality.

Buying translation is not easy, because usually you can’t evaluate the quality and have to trust the service provider. Another option is to hire an independent reviewer, who could help you choose the translator for your project.
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