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The Gipsy-1 (Russian: Гипсы-1; IPA: [ˈɡʲipsɨ ɐˈdʲin]) is a system of 2680 m long interconnected adits in Kamsko-Ustyinsky District, Tatarstan, Russia, where gypsum was mined in 1930-1950s. It is the only mine in the area that can be visited by outdoor tourists, since other similar mines have been buried or flooded.[1]


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Coordinates: 55°14′01″N 49°13′59″E / 55.23361°N 49.23306°E / 55.23361; 49.23306