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A half-hour drive away from Karakol, in northeastern Kyrgyzstan, lies the tiny resort village of Jeti-Oguz, known for its rock formations that are said to resemble the asses of seven bulls standing in a row (Jeti = seven, Oguz = bull). Peeking among the trees that cover green and red hills, is a large block of concrete. It's a Soviet-era sanatorium, still in use today. Here, it is said, Boris Yeltsin and Askar Akayev met to discuss the future of post-1991 Kyrgyzstan.
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