Mount Dzhimara

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Mount Dzhimara
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Elevation 4,780 m (15,680 ft)
Location
Mount Dzhimara is located in North Ossetia–Alania
Mount Dzhimara
Mount Dzhimara
Location in North Ossetia–Alania, Russia (on border with Kazbegi, Georgia)
Location North Ossetia–Alania, Russia
/ Kazbegi District, Georgia
Range Khokh Range (part of Caucasus)
Coordinates 42°43′15″N 44°24′50″E / 42.72083°N 44.41389°E / 42.72083; 44.41389Coordinates: 42°43′15″N 44°24′50″E / 42.72083°N 44.41389°E / 42.72083; 44.41389

Mount Dzhimara or Jimara (Ossetian: Джимарайы хох — Jimaray-Khokh, Georgian: ჯიმარა) is the second highest point of North Ossetia–Alania, a Russian republic, with an altitude of 4,780 meters (15,680 ft). It is located on the border between Russia and Georgia.

The mountain is located on the Khokh Range, 9 km (5.5 mi) to the west of Mount Kazbek.

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