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Chatyr-Dag is a mountain in Crimea, near Simferopol-Alushta highway. In the Crimean Tatar language çat?r means tent and da? means mountain. The mountain consists of two plateaus: the lower (north) and the upper (south). The lower plateau slopes gently down to its northern side, which is covered in steppe grass. On its southern end (near the steep slope of the higher plateau), the lower plateau is covered with beech forests and juniper glades. It has many hiking trails and several beautiful caves (see a list below). On the east side of the lower plateau there is an outpost grove of yews.


 

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