Mount Falakro, seen from the north (from Kochan, Bulgaria)
|Elevation||2,232 m (7,323 ft)|
|Drama (regional unit), Greece|
Falakro Oros (Greek: Φαλακρό όρος, English: "Bald mountain") is a mountain in the Drama regional unit, eastern Greek Macedonia, northern Greece. The elevation of its highest summit, Profitis Ilias, is 2232 meters above the sea level. There is a ski resort on the mountain.
The traditional Turkish name of the mountain is Bozdağ ("gray mountain") or Buzdağ (ice mountain), from where the Bulgarian name Боздаг (Bozdag) stems; another Bulgarian name introduced during the Bulgarian rule of the region in World War II was Мраморица (Mramoritsa, "marble [mountain]").
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