3 Armenian mountaineers ascend Elbrus

3 Armenian mountaineers ascend Elbrus

PanARMENIAN.Net - Three climbers from the Armenian Mountaineering Federation have conquered Europe’s highest Mount Elbrus.

The team included Garegin Unusyan, Levon Movsisyan and Suren Petrosyan, who will return to Armenia on July 6 or 7.

Earlier, the mountaineers ascended Kazbek and Damavand (Iran).

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