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Kaz·bek

 (käz-bĕk′), Mount
A dormant volcano, 5,047 m (16,558 ft) high, of northern Georgia in the central Caucasus. Towering above a nearby pass, it is the subject of many legends.

Kazbek

(kɑːzˈbɛk)
n
(Placename) Mount Kazbek an extinct volcano in N Georgia in the central Caucasus Mountains. Height: 5047 m (16 558 ft)

Kaz•bek

(kɑzˈbɛk)

n.
Mount, an extinct volcano in the central Caucasus Mountains between the Georgian Republic and the Russian Federation. 16,541 ft. (5042 m).
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Opting for a day trip to the northern part of Georgia will take you to Gergeti Trinity Church, which sits on the top of a hill, Mount Kazbek towering 5,000 meters behind it.
Turkish mountaineer Emre Kuruoglu slipped on ice and fell into a valley while climbing Mount Kazbek, one of the highest peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, together with a group of Turkish climbers on Tuesday.
In 1995, we organized an ascent of Mount Kazbek (16,591 feet), Caucasus, Georgia.