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The Aibga ridge in Krasnodar Krai is located about 50 kilometres in the northeast of the city Sochi. The ridge runs for about 30 kilometres in northwest-southeast direction. The highest elevation is Kamenny Stolb (2'509 m).

On its northern slopes there is located at an altitude of almost 600 meters the village Krasnaya Polyana and the Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort. It hosted the alpine skiing events for the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

 

Armenia 2013, XXII Winter Olympic Games.
The Aibga Ridge in the background.

 

Balarus Sochi 2014 stamp

Belarus 2014, XXII Winter Olympic Games.
Illustration: the third peak on mountain Aibga Третий пик Аибги.

If this summits have their own induvidual names, i do not know.

 

Russia 2014, XXII Winter Olympic Games. The illustration of the miniaturesheet carries a QR code with an encrypted link to the www.sochi2014.com website and the third peak on mountain Aibga Третий пик Аибги. There are gold, silver and bronze Olympic medals depicted on the postage stamps.

 

Russia, Parolympic Winter Games 2014.

 

Poland 2014  XXII Winter Olympic Games The Aibga Ridge in the background

Poland 2014,
Polish Gold Medal Winners of the Winter Olympics in Sochi.

Kamil Stoch, Ski jumping, Men's normal hill individual & Men's large hill individual.
Justyna Kowalczyk, Cross-country skiing, Women's 10 kilometre classical.
Zbigniew Bródka, Speed skating, Men's 1500 metres.

The Aibga Ridge in the background.

 

Russia 2016, Rosa Khutor Resort.
The illustration depicts the Aibga Ridge.

note:
It seems that the mountains, pictured as backgrounds of the stamp series "Winter Olympics medal winners - Sochi 2016", issued by São Tomé and Príncipe, represent the Aibga Ridge.

 

 

 

 

 

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