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Transcaucasia is the name given to a region south of the Caucasus Mountains that covers Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. To the north are the Caucasus Mountains, Turkey and Iran to the South, the Black Sea in the west and the Caspian Sea in the east. The countries of Transcaucasia are producers of oil, manganese ore, tea, citrus fruits, and wine.

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