The Chuya Steppe in the Siberian Altai Mountains is a depression formed by tectonic movement of major faults in the Earths crust. The name Chuya Steppe comes from the large river which runs through the steppe, the Chuya River.
Kosh-Agach is a major village in the north of the steppe. Other large settlements include Chaganuzun and Beltir.
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