The Kuma–Manych Depression (Russian: Кумо–Манычская впадина, tr. Kumo–Manychskaya vpadina), is a geological depression in southwestern Russia that separates the Russian Plain to the north from Ciscaucasia to the south. It is named after the Kuma and Manych rivers.
The Rostovsky Biosphere Reserve is located within the Depression.
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