View of the Valley of Inkermann

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In the background is seen the Gulf of Sebastopol; the river in the bottom of the valley is the Tehernays; on the right is shown the Inkerman Rock, where a great number of caves are found, excavated, it is said, by Christians in early times, to furnish a refuge against persecution.

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