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Very cool seeing an Othodox cross atop the Russian Mongolian border.
Thanks very much. I've made that my profile photo. Not many places in the world with that kind of summit marker.
Nice! Would love to see pictures of the area in summer--very well written!
Thanks for your vote! There are a few links on the mountain page - I believe some of them show summer shots. You can also do a general google search. You can go to google.ru to search Russian sites as well.
Another nice page about an unknown, (to most), mountain!
Good page! I can't read neither map nor book. On my screen it (the map) comes up as
Àëáóì òóðèñòè÷åñêèõ êàðò: «Òóíêèíñêàÿ äîëèíà» - èçäàíèå 1-å. 1998 ã. –60ñ.
I guess you need to include this in tags and chose the correct font (cyrillic?). If that doesn't work, could you put up a transcription?
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I tried to program the page via HTML to read it as Cyrillic, but unsuccessfully. If you or anyone else knows the proper HTML encoding for Cyrillic, please let me know and I will add it to the page.
If you are not familiar with reading languages that use encodings other than standard Western European, you may not know how to adjust your browser setting.
The reason it comes up with all the "o"s and "e"s is because I haven't learned how to tell the internet browser to interpret that writing as Russian text. Explorer thinks the letters are regular Western European input, and so doesn't display them properly. To tell the computer how to read the Cyrillic:
Go to "View" in the toolbar, down to "Encoding", over to "More" and select "Cyrillic Windows". It may also come out correctly in "Cyrillic K018-R", though I tried to input it using Windows encoding. This will work on any computer with reasonably up-to-date software.
Now, unless you read Russian, it will _still_ be a bunch of gibberish (since Russian has a different alphabet), but for those of us who do, it is legible.
I will post a transcription according to American standard Cyrillic transcription (as I do not know the HTML codes for the proper European special characters with accent marks required by the European system of Cyrillic transcription.)
Hope that helps!
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Thank you for this page, very well done!
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Great work on this page. Very complete, superb information. Thanks for posting.
Thanks for your vote! I tried hard -- in a place where maps are considered classified information (thus the 1:50,000 scale on the best map I've seen) -- and even deliberately falsified, it's not an easy job.
Very good page! Much thank you.