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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING COUNTRIES IS NOT IN THE CAUCASUS REGION?
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[STC001463] The Caucasus refers to both a mountain range and the surrounding region that straddles the border between Eastern Europe and Western Asia. The Caucasus region includes portions of the countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Russia. It is bounded to the west by the Black Sea and to the east by the Caspian Sea. In reality, there are two distinct mountain ranges that make up the Caucasus Mountains: the Greater Caucasus and the Lesser Caucasus. Mount Elbrus, which stands at a height of 18,510 feet, is the highest point in the USSR. On the other hand, the country of Bulgaria can be found on the opposite side of the Black Sea. It is also a part of the Balkan Peninsula, which gets its name from the Balkan Mountains that run through the heart of the country from east to west.