Mt. Elbrus with its two summits (Western Summit – 5642 m, Eastern Summit – 5621 m) is a dormant volcano, located to the north of the Main Caucasian Ridge, on the territories of the Karachay-Cherkessian and Kabardino-Balkarian republics of the Russian Federation. The Western summit of Mt. Elbrus is Europe’s highest peak and, therefore, one of the Seven Summits.
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