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