Chemalskaya Hydro-Electric Power Station, Chemal
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  • Would be in approximately the year 2004 Chemal. Place very much. The air is clean. Nature is beautiful. Hydroelectric power station too. You can stand on the edge before a raging mass of water.
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  • Have been on Hes at different times of the year, in the summer there are always so many people during the winter. There are a couple beautiful angles for photography (main, to others in the frame did not fall, and with this tricky!), in the summer there are several attractions and entertainment for tourists. Always work tents with souvenirs. But more than 1-2 times to do there! Interesting only for the first time
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  • Chemal'skaja hydroelectric power station on the river Chemal village-place historic. The fact of the matter is that its built with SibuLONa prisoners in 1931 1935 years. In fact-it is now an open-air museum, because its power by today's standards is not large. Chemal'skaja HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT-one of the most popular sites to visit in the village Chemal village. I first visited here in the year 2015. Chemal village was our rest endpoint. A place where HES built so beautifully that people come here to admire the tourists from all over the country. Usually first attend the famous island of Patmos on Katun River the beautiful temple wrote, and then, on the so-called "Goat trail", descend to the HES. Here's a picture see tourists: the turquoise waters of the Katun River, rocky shores covered with FIR and cedar trees. Little powerhouse turn white on the left, there are turbines. By the way, despite the fact that HES stopped, and the reconstruction of turbine generators had not been conducted more than 60 years, they are all in working order. Remains as the conscience of the cheering, they were made.
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