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|Elevation||5,051 m (16,572 ft)|
|Location||Georgia / Russia|
|Country||Georgia and Kabardino-Balkaria|
|Parent range||Caucasus Mountains|
Janga or Jangi-Tau (Georgian: ჯანღა [dʒɑnɣɑ]; Russian: Джанги-Тау, Džangi-Tau) is a summit in the central part of the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range. It lies on the border of Svaneti (Georgia) and Kabardino-Balkaria (Russia). The elevation of the mountain is 5,051 m (16,572 ft) above sea level. The slopes of the mountain are heavily glaciated. They are most famous for the dormant volcanoes that are hidden under the ice caps.
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