Category:Ammergauer Alpen

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Alpi dell'Ammergau; Alpes d'Ammergau; Ammer Gebirge; Ammergauer Alpen; Alpes de Ammergau; 阿梅爾高阿爾卑斯山脈; Alpii Ammergau; Ammergauer Alpen; Alpy Ammergawskie; Ammergau-Alpene; Ammergauer Alpen; Ammergauské Alpy; Ammergaun Alpit; Ammergau Alps; Alpes de Ammergau; Alpe de l'Ammergau; Ammagebirg; Gebirgsgruppe der Alpen; fjellkjede mellom Tyskland og Østerrike; mountains in Austria; mountain range; mountains in Austria; Gebirgsgruppe der Alpen; Alppien osa; sliabhraon; سلسلة جبلية في النمسا; chaîne de montagnes autrichienne; гірський хребет; Ammergauer Alpen; Ammergebirge; Ammer-Gebirge; Ammergauer Alpen; Ammagaua Gebirg; Alpi d'Ammergau; Ammergau; Ammergebergte
Ammergau Alps 
mountain range
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  • 2,340 m
47° 26′ 00″ N, 10° 53′ 00″ E
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Wikidata Q473095
VIAF ID: 244955763
GND ID: 4001725-4
BabelNet ID: 01945975n
OpenStreetMap relation ID: 2121864
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Deutsch: Ammergauer Alpen oder Ammergebirge.
English: The Ammergau Alps are a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps in the states of Bavaria (Germany) and Tyrol (Austria). They cover an area of about 30 x 30 km and begin at the outer edge of the Alps. The highest summit is the Daniel which has a height of 2,340 m.
Deutsch: Als Abgrenzung für die Region wird die Definition der Nördlichen Kalkalpen und ihrer Unterteilung in einzelne Gebirgsgruppen nach Alpenvereinseinteilung der Ostalpen (AVE) verwendet.[1].
  1. Alpenvereinseinteilung der Ostalpen im Alpenvereins-Jahrbuch


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