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|A View of Karmanovka|
General[edit | edit source]
Karmanovka is usually shortened to "Karma" or "Karman". In Russian, Karmanovka means "pocket" and it is a very fitting description of this small village tucked away in the hills of northern Chernarus. While tourists may be attracted to its larger neighbor over the hill, Karmanovka has its own fair share of loot. Most of the village is smaller houses which are very spread out.
The town can be accessed by heading over the hill from Novodmitrovsk or following the road northeast from Turovo.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Karmanovka is the name of few villages in Russia and Belarus.
- Spelled Karmanówka it's the name of historic village in Poland which doesn't exist today.