Dykh-Tau or Dykhtau (Russian: Дыхтау, Karachay-Balkar: Дых тау that is derived from Turkic "dik dagh" which means Jagged Mount), is a mountain located in Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia; its peak stands about 5 km (3 mi) north of the border with Georgia. Dykh-Tau is the second highest of the Caucasus Mountains, after Mount Elbrus, and is the second highest mountain in Europe.
By elevation Dykhtau is
# 1 out of 199 in Cherek District # 3 out of 475 in Kabardino-Balkaria # 3 out of 24823 in Russia # 1 out of 171 in Kabardino-Balkarski Nature Reserve # 3 out of 4326 in the Greater Caucasus # 3 out of 7939 in the Caucasus
By prominence Dykhtau is
# 1 out of 199 in Cherek District # 2 out of 475 in Kabardino-Balkaria # 19 out of 24823 in Russia # 1 out of 171 in Kabardino-Balkarski Nature Reserve # 5 out of 4326 in the Greater Caucasus # 6 out of 7939 in the Caucasus
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