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Mount Bazardüzü
Elevation 4,466 m (14,652 ft)[1]
Prominence 2,454 m (8,051 ft)[1]
Listing Country high point
Mount Bazardüzü
Location of Mount Bazardüzü in Azerbaijan (on border with Russia)
Location Azerbaijan / Russia
Range Greater Caucasus

41°13′28″N 47°51′30″E / 41.22444°N 47.85833°E / 41.22444; 47.85833Coordinates: 41°13′28″N 47°51′30″E / 41.22444°N 47.85833°E / 41.22444; 47.85833[1]

Mount Bazardüzü (Azerbaijani: Bazardüzü dağı IPA: [bɑzɑrdyˈzy], Lezgian: Кичlе сув [kiˈtʃʼe suv]) is a mountain peak in the Greater Caucasus range on the border between Russia and Azerbaijan. At 4,466 metres (14,652 ft) above sea level, it is the highest peak in Azerbaijan. The southernmost point of Russia is located close to the peak.

See also

  • List of European Ultras


External links

  • "Bazar Dyuzi, Azerbaijan/Russia" on Peakbagger
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