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  • Tojat says:
    May 12,  · The 'Sea of Death' is the not so affectionate name that has been given by the Chinese people to the Taklamakan desert, a desert of such epic proportions and intimidating size, that its name in the local Uygur language translates as 'You can go in, but you will never come out'.
  • Samucage says:
    Jan 01,  · TAKLAMAKAN (Uighur toponym probably derived from the Arabic tark, ‘out, relinquish,’ and makan, ‘place’), the largest desert in China, and one of the largest deserts in the world. It is located in the depression of the Tarim basin, in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
  • Kijora says:
    Oct 24,  · There was this 滚滚黄沙, 清风冷月 feeling. We huddled together for dinner, then a merry session with Chinese barley beers and the ubiquitous 新疆白酒 while witnessing the Milky Way amidst the sea of stars. It was as stirring as it was surreal. Cycling across the Taklamakan Desert Highway was all about endurance.5/5(17).
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  • Baktilar says:
    In , they released their only full-length album, which occurred of the same name. The songs in order on the album are the title track, 'Sterile Nails and Thunderbowels,' 'Taklamakan,' 'The Slow Kill in the Cold,' 'I Shall Lead, You Shall Follow,' and the instrumental 'Feeble You Are, Sons of Sion.' The band has had no concerts or interviews.
  • Najora says:
    Category:Taklamakan. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English: The Taklamakan Desert (Taklimakan) — a desert in the Xinjiang-Uighur Autonomous Region of western China, in Central Asia. In the Tarim Basin, Has part: Dunhuang (oasis), Loulan Kingdom (oasis), .
  • Faenris says:
    Mar 28,  · The Record Attempt: Crossing the Taklamakan – 14 Jan Posted on March 13, by journeytotheeast Addicted to challenge, we thought the Taklamakan desert would be the ideal place to test how long our bodies could remain upright on bicycles before they passed out from exhaustion.

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