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A lake in Alaska.
From Russian тайга (tajgá), from South Siberian Turkic (Altai region, for example the Altay or Shor language), or alternatively Yakut тайга (tayga, “untraversable forest").
Russian taĭga of Altaic origin
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Its course takes it through a taiga forest, full of evergreen trees.
The lowland (taiga) in the east comprises a plain with flat-topped hills covered by taiga vegetation with large open areas.
Three nights Varangerfjord Day 11 We spend the day driving back into Finland to spend a night back in the taiga zone.
They are chiefly hunters, passionately loving their taiga, or wild forests, and have maintained their Shaman religion and tribal organization into suoks.
In the meantime a couple of new mp3 files have also been added to the taiga blues pages on soundclick.
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