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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Kunjum-MishrigiRussia  Central Caucasus  148490.6SSE741Radius Search
Dumala-TauRussia  Central Caucasus  153610.89ENE1089Radius Search
Gora Koshtan-TauRussia  Central Caucasus  169031.59SSE2664Radius Search
UkiuRussia  Central Caucasus  142191.68N1404Radius Search
KhrumkolRussia  Central Caucasus  153842.35SSW948Radius Search
Gidan-TauRussia  Central Caucasus  137302.35N443Radius Search
Tiutiun-TauRussia  Central Caucasus  148953.24SSE1247Radius Search
Pik BrnoRussia  Central Caucasus  134843.25WNW1148Radius Search
MishrigiRussia  Central Caucasus  164673.51WSW719Radius Search
Misses-TauRussia  Central Caucasus  145183.81W410Radius Search
Pik PushkinRussia  Central Caucasus  167323.86WSW164Radius Search
Gora Dykh-TauRussia  Central Caucasus  170774.01WSW6568Radius Search
ShkharaGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  170376.99SW4452Radius Search
SalinanRussia  Central Caucasus  147907.72W2037Radius Search
Gora Shkara-West PeakGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  166317.79SW391Radius Search
Jangi-Tau-East PeakGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  165167.99WSW604Radius Search
Pik Schota RustaveliGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  162738.03WSW131Radius Search
AilamaGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  149158.05S2284Radius Search
Jangi-TauGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  166838.39WSW1099Radius Search
OrthokaraGeorgia/Russia  Central Caucasus  142598.4W151Radius Search


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