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Caucasia:

see CaucasusCaucasus
, Rus. Kavkaz, region and mountain system, SE European Russia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. Armenia is not crossed by the Caucasus range but is considered part of the greater region. The mountain system extends c.
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Caucasia

a region in SW Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan, between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea: contains the Caucasus Mountains, dividing it into Ciscaucasia in the north and Transcaucasia in the south; one of the most complex ethnic areas in the world, with over 50 different peoples
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POBLACION EXPULSADA Poblacion expulsada Medellin 88.007 Turbo 59.541 Apartado 41.813 Mutata 31.265 Urrao 30.953 Ituango 30.869 San Carlos 30.434 Dabeiba 29.458 Cocorna 26.161 El Bagre 25.244 San Luis 24.723 Granada 23.293 Taraza 21.207 San Rafael 20.066 Argelia 19.534 Chlgorodo 17.533 Sonson 17.337 Betulia 15.888 San Francisco 15.538 Caucasia 14.452 Narino 13.929 Yondo 13.765 Peque 13.523 Necocli 13.471 San Pedro de Uraba 12.922 ?aceres 12.542 Vigia del Fuerte 11.888 Anori 11.598 Zaragoza 11.114 Frontino 10.565 Fuente: Elaboracion propia con base en los registros de la Red Nacional de Informacion (RNI).
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