Khosta

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Khosta

 

a resort settlement in the Caucasus, on the Black Sea; a part of Sochi.

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The Sochi region of the Azovo-Chernomorskii territory (krai) in 1933 included the cities of Sochi, Adler, and Khosta, as well as 17 villages, and occupied 2,770 square kilometers.
One special case, an example of the evergreen broadleaf forest of the Black Sea, is the Khosta forest, a forest of English yew (Taxus baccata) and Colchic box (Buxus colchica).