File:High Asia Mountain Ranges.jpg

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English: high Asian mountain ranges and their highest mountains:
  • Tien Shan – Jengish Chokusu is outside the picture,
  • Kunlun Shan – Kongur Tagh. Note: Some sources count Kongur to the Pamirs. Liushi Shan, the highest mountain of Kunlun Shan not counting Kongur is outside the picture
  • Pamir – Kongur Tagh (if not counted to Kunlun Shan), Pik Imeni Ismail Samani (if Kongur belongs to Kunlun Shan)
  • Hindu Kush – Tirich Mir >> HERE MISTAKE IN THE MAP: The last 2½ letters of "Hindu Kush" are in the Hindu Raj mountain range which spread out eastwards to the huge S-shaped Indus valley (crossing the first letter of "Nanga Parbat")
  • Karakoram – K2
  • Himalayas – Nanga Parbat is the highest mountain of the western Himalayas, there are of course seven higher Eightthousanders in the eastern Himalayas
  • Ladakh Range – no prominent high peak labelled
derivative work from File:Hindu Kush satellite image.jpg
Deutsch: Die innerasiatischen Hochgebirge:
  • Tien Shan – Der Dschengisch Tschokusu liegt außerhalb des Bildes
  • Kunlun Shan – Kongur Tagh. Achtung: Häufig wird der Kongur zum Pamir gezählt. Liushi Shan, der höchste Berg des Kunlun ohne die Kongur-Gruppe, liegt außerhalb des Bildes
  • Pamir – Kongur Tagh (wenn er nicht zum Kunlun gezählt wird), Pik Imeni Ismail Samani (wenn der Kongur zum Kunlun Shan gezählt wird)
  • Hindukush – Tirich Mir >> HIER FEHLER IN DER KARTE: Die letzten 2½ Buchstaben von "Hindu Kush" liegen im Hinduraj Gebirge welches sich ostwärts bis zum großen S-förmigen Indus-Tal erstreckt (verläuft durch das "N" von "Nanga Parbat")
  • Karakorum – K2
  • Himalaya – Der Nanga Parbat ist der höchste Berg des westlichen Himalayas, allerdings befinden sich im östlichen Himalaya noch sieben höhere Achttausender.
  • Ladakh Range – kein markanter hoher Berg ist markiert
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This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: mountain ranges (and highest mountains) labelled. The original can be viewed here: Hindu Kush satellite image.jpg. Modifications made by Rupert Pupkin.

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    • 2006-06-06T04:39:19Z Avenue 5600x4400 (5255682 Bytes) {{Information |Description=The Hindu Kush occupies the lower-left-center of this true-color MODIS satellite image, acquired 28 November 2003. |Source=[NASA's Earth Observatory http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/NewImag

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current13:05, 27 November 2012Thumbnail for version as of 13:05, 27 November 20125,600 × 4,400 (10.79 MB)Rupert Pupkinladakh range added
11:15, 27 November 2012Thumbnail for version as of 11:15, 27 November 20125,600 × 4,400 (10.71 MB)Rupert Pupkin== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description=The Hindu Kush occupies the lower-left-center of this true-color MODIS satellite image, acquired 28 November 2003. |Source={{Derived from|Hindu_Kush_satellite_image.jpg|display=50}} |Date=2012-11-27 11:...
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