- mtn., S Russia; 18,603 ft.
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Elbrus, Mount — Peak, Caucasus Mountains, southwestern Russia. The highest peak in the Caucasus and in Europe, it is an extinct volcano with twin cones reaching 18,510 ft (5,642 m) and 18,356 ft (5,595 m) high. There are many mineral springs along its descending … Universalium
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