05 July 2013, Friday, 14:43

Three cubic metres of waste were collected near the Karlamansky Cave in Bashkiria during the ecological action

author: Elvira Latypova

An initiative group has collected about three cubic metres of waste near the Karlamansky Cave in Karmaskalinsky region of Bashkortostan.

Nine active members of the group took part in the ecological clean-up of the territory near a nature sanctuary: local residents, representatives of Priufimsky territorial administration of the Ministry of Ecology RB and administration of Efremkinsky Village Soviet.

According to the press-service of the republican Ministry of Ecology, the area of the Karlamansky Cave is 1153 square metres. Width of passages is from 2 to 12 metres, height is from 5 to 10 metres. The cave is located in the bed of high gypsum rock which local residents nicknamed Ulu-Tau (translated from Bashkir — Great Mountain).