|Elevation||4,046 m (13,274 ft)|
|English translation||The killed bison|
|Language of name||Karachay-Balkar|
|Location||Abkhazia - Georgia - Russia|
|Country||Abkhazia and Russia|
Dombai-Ulgen or Dombay-Ulgen (Georgian: დომბაი-ულგენი; Russian: Домбай-Ульген, Karachay-Balkar: Доммай ёлген) is a 4,046-metre-high (13,274 ft) mountain of the Greater Caucasus and the highest point of Abkhazia, a state with limited international recognition otherwise seen to be part of Georgia. It is located on the border with Karachay–Cherkessia, an autonomous republic of Russia. The mountain is composed of gneiss, crystalline schist, and granite. The top is covered by snow and glaciers at all times of the year.
- Geography of Abkhazia
- Geography of Georgia (country)
- Geography of Russia
- List of countries by highest point (Countries with disputed sovereignty)
- (in English) "Dombai-Ulgen, Georgia/Russia". Peakbagger.com.
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