Kaputdzhukh

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Kaputdzhukh

 

(also Kapydzhik), the highest point of theZangezur Range, on the border of the Nakhichevan’ ASSR and the Armenian SSR. Elevation, 3, 904 m. Permafrost and glacierscover the peak.

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