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English: The fourth of the four Yuan and Ming Dynasty monuments on the Tyr cliff (Khabarovsk Krai), seen ca. 1854-1860 by G.M.Permikin, and described by E.G.Ravenstein (based on the Russians' accounts) in his book as follows: "And lastly, about three hundred and fifty yards from the third of these monuments, stands upon a narrow promontory an octagon column, larger than the others. On the plateau, a short distance behind the monuments, are to be seen the remains of ancient walls, nine to ten feet high..."
Русский: Юаньская или минская колонна на Тырском утесе, зарисованная около 1854-1860 г.
Date Published in London, England, in 1861
Source Illustration on page 196 in the book by E.G.Ravenstein "The Russians on the Amur". Can be found on Google Books at
English: Drawing by G.M. Permikin, engraved by W.Brewer
Русский: Григорий Маркъянович Пермикин (1813-1882 гг.)


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