Monte Caburaí

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Monte Caburaí
Highest point
Elevation 1,465 m (4,806 ft)
Coordinates 05°16′20″N 60°12′43″W / 5.27222°N 60.21194°W / 5.27222; -60.21194Coordinates: 05°16′20″N 60°12′43″W / 5.27222°N 60.21194°W / 5.27222; -60.21194
Geography
Location Roraima, Brazil - Guyana
Location of Mount Caburaí in Brazil, in opposition to the country's southernmost point, Barra do Chuí.

Monte Caburaí is a mountain located on the border between the South American countries of Brazil and Guyana standing at 1,465 metres (4,806 ft) above sea level. The source of the Uailã or Ailã river, located on the mountain, is the northernmost point of Brazil.

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