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 (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.
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(Placename) Mount Kazbek an extinct volcano in N Georgia in the central Caucasus Mountains. Height: 5047 m (16 558 ft)
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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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Positioned above the village, we were greeted with an incredible view of the mighty Mount Kazbek and the valley below.
The avalanche on Mount Kazbek, Russia, in 2002 killed 150 people and is considered one of the deadliest of the 21st century.
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.