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The Yalnızçam Mountains (Turkish: Yalnızçam Dağları) or Arsiani Range (Georgian: არსიანის ქედი, arsianis k’edi) is a mountain range in Eastern Anatolia Region, northeast Turkey, and the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, southwest Georgia. The range, continuing the Lesser Caucasus to the Armenian highlands, forms the watershed between the river valleys of Çoruh/Chorokhi and Kura/Mtkvari. The highest peak is that of Yalnızçam or Arsiani (3,165 m).
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