Furthest land from the sea, Kazakhstan

Furthest land from the sea, Kazakhstan

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Caption: Furthest point from the sea. Satellite image of the furthest point from the sea on Earth, in central Asia. North is at top. The green lake just left of centre is Ozero Zaysan in eastern Kazakhstan. The lake is roughly 120 kilometres long. Three other countries' borders meet at upper centre, with Russia to the north, China to the south and Mongolia to the east. The pale region at lower right is the Dzungaria Basin in China, bordered to the south by the Tian Shan mountains, and to the north (at centre right) by the Altai mountains. The mountains in Russia (upper right) are densely forested. Photographed by the MODIS instrument on the Terra satellite on 8th September 2003.

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