I began to dig information uniformly and eventually learned subsequently. Was this place Metallurgical zavodik who built the shareholders at the end of the 19th century. A corporation that was called “the French-Lemezinskaya Company.” Small factory was fed an iron and steel ore extracted in the mines near the village Inzer. And the finished product, his molten iron, floated on barges to a huge water down to the white and on to Ufa.
Zavodik did not last long and was closed in 1904, when the Russian Empire economic crisis broke out. Despite this trace is left of it a lot. This is the place where stood the blast furnaces. Slag heaps. Tremendous glades, the old cemetery. And in front of the French mountain glade that for steel road bears the title of Mont Blanc. They say that the manager was a Frenchman, and so referred to the mountain, yearning for France. Another toponymic evidence – French Pass, through which the road leads to the former hamlet Lemeza-Yurt, where they lived uglezhogi. By the way, there is so far in the forest, you can find piles of finished charcoal.
French Meadow View in a larger map