Babuhan Yaila

Babuhan Yaila [Babuhan Jajla]. The highest part of the main range of the Crimean Mountains (the Roman-Kosh peak is 1,545 m high). It is a steep limestone massif with a plateaulike top. Its southern slopes are covered with pine and elm forests, and its northern slopes with beech forests. The southeastern part of the Babuhan Yaila belongs to the Crimean Game Preserve.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 1 (1984).]




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