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Uchan-Su waterfall is the largest waterfall of the Crimean peninsula, its height reaches almost one hundred meters. Translated from Turkic, its name means "Flying water". The most full-flowing Uchan-Su happens in spring during snowmelt and in autumn during heavy rains. In summer, the waterfall dries up almost completely, and in severe winters it sometimes freezes. Uchan-Su is located on the territory of the Yalta Mountain and Forest Reserve, it can be reached on foot from the Anton Chekhov House-Museum, on the way to visit the Valley of Fairy Tales and see the walls of the ancient fortress Uchan-Su-Isar.

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