Image - The summit of Mount Roman-Kosh in the Crimean Mountains.

Roman-Kosh [Roman-Koš]. Map: IX-15. The highest elevation in the Crimean Mountains. Situated in the Babuhan Yaila massif, the peak has a height of 1,545 m. Its top portion is bare, and its slopes are covered mainly with mountain meadow vegetation. It consists primarily of limestones. The mountain is located within the Crimean Game Preserve.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 4 (1993).]

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