Kongur Tagh topographic map

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Name: Kongur Tagh topographic map, elevation, terrain.

Location: Kongur Tagh, Akto County, Kizilsu, Xinjiang, China (38.59447 75.31509 38.59457 75.31519)

Average elevation: 6,904 m

Minimum elevation: 5,862 m

Maximum elevation: 7,645 m

Kongur Tagh (Kyrgyz: Коңур Тоо; Uyghur: قوڭۇر تاغ, Коңур Тағ, meaning "Brown Mountain"; Mongolian: Хонгор Таг, (Хонгор/Kongur/Kongur is Mongolian word for the color Mongolians use for Buckskin colored horse) Hongor Tag; simplified Chinese: 公格尔峰; traditional Chinese: 公格爾峰; pinyin: Gōnggé'ěr Fēng; also referred to as Kongur) is the highest peak in the Pamir Mountains, and also the highest mountain wholly within the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. With an elevation of 7,649 metres (25,095 ft), it is also the highest mountain outside of the Hindu Kush/Karakoram and Himalaya ranges.

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