Dzhur-Dzhur (Crimean Tat. Cür-Cür, Ukrainian Dzhur-Dzhur) is the deepest waterfall in Crimea, located on the territory of the Alushta region in the vicinity of the village Generalskoe, in the Khapkhal gorge, formed as a result of the action of the waters of the Ulu-Uzen Vostochny river at an altitude 468 m above sea level. From a limestone ledge, the height of which is 15 meters, with a wide five-meter stream, water falls into a deep pit and rapidly rushes down the river bed. Dzhur-Dzhur is the most powerful waterfall in Crimea: its average long-term water consumption is 270 liters per second. It does not dry out even in the driest season.