Borbalo, Bolshoi and Malyi

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Borbalo, Bol’shoi and Malyi

 

mountain peaks of the Greater Caucasus in the Georgian SSR, at the headwaters of the Pshavskaia Aragvi and Tushetskaia Alazani rivers. The Bol’shoi Borbalo has an elevation of 3,294 m. Both peaks are composed primarily of argillaceous schist. The slopes are covered with subalpine and alpine meadows.

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