Adai-Khokh

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Adai-Khokh

 

mountain peak of the Greater Caucasus, in North Ossetian ASSR, south of the Tsei Glacier. Adai-Khokh is 4,408 m high and is located on a spur of the main Caucasus range of the western half of the Greater Caucasus. This spur is cut through further east by the Kassar Canyon of Ardon and joins a parallel mountain ridge of the eastern half of the Greater Causasus.

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