Abshir Ata Waterfall

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Abshir Ata Waterfall
Location  Kyrgyzstan
Nearest city Kyzyl-Kiya, Nookat
Coordinates 40°09′46″N 72°21′47″E / 40.16278°N 72.36306°E / 40.16278; 72.36306Coordinates: 40°09′46″N 72°21′47″E / 40.16278°N 72.36306°E / 40.16278; 72.36306
Established 1975

Abshir Ata Waterfall is a geological reserve at Abshir Say River in Nookat District of Osh Province of Kyrgyzstan. It was established in 1975. The waterfall is the mouth of an underground river. The water cascades down in two steps (15 m and 12 m) through 1.5 m cave in a sheer cliff.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ошская область: Энциклопедия [Osh Oblast Encyclopedia] (in Russian). Frunze: Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Soviet Encyclopedia. 1994. p. 445.