Mount Kosh-Kaya

Mount Koshka is a mountain in the near the settlement of within the Greater Yalta metropolitan area. The original name in the Crimean Tatar language means "double rock", while the Russian name means "cat", as the shape of the mountain resembles a lying cat.

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Photo: Kosun, CC0.

Photo: Kosun, CC0.

Photo: Kosun, CC0.

Mount Kosh-Kaya

44.8245° or 44° 49' 28.3" north
34.2084° or 34° 12' 30.2" east
Open Location Code
185 metres (607 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 4808936280
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Gora Koshka
  • Chinese: 科什-卡亞山
  • Dutch: Gora Koshka
  • Dutch: Kosjka
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: جبل مونت كوش كايا
  • English: Gora Koshka
  • Esperanto: Koŝko
  • French: Mont Kochka
  • French: mont Kochka
  • Indonesian: Gunung Kosh-Kaya
  • Norwegian: Kosjka
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Kosjka
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Kosjkafjellet
  • Portuguese: Monte Koshka
  • Russian: Кошка
  • Spanish: Monte Koshka
  • Ukrainian: Кош-Кая

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