Category:Mount Song

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<nowiki>Monte Song; 嵩山; Songshan; Суншань; Song Shan; کوه سونگ; 嵩山; Song Shan; Song Dağı; 嵩山; Songshan; Суншань; 嵩山; 嵩山; 숭산; Sung-šan; Sōngshān; mont Song; Song Shan; Tung Sơn; Mount Song; 嵩山; Siong-san; Song Šan; Song Shan; 嵩山; mont Song; Gunung Song; Song Shan; Songshanfjellene; Song Šan; Song Shan; הר סונג; 嵩山; Monte Song; Mount Song; جبل مونت سونج; Sōngshān; Mont Song; gora v Ljudski republiki Kitajski; 中華人民共和国の山; montagne de Chine; bukid; הר במרכז סין; berg in Volksrepubliek China; mal; 中國名山,喺河南登封,係五嶽中嘅中嶽; Berg in der Volksrepublik China; гора; mountain in Henan province, China; جبل في الصين; crëp te la Cina; gunung di Tiongkok; Monte Song; 中嶽; 外方; 嵩高; 崇高; Songshan; Mont Shan; Song Shan; Parc national de Songshan; Songfjellene; Song Shan; Songshan; Planina Song; Song; Song Shan; Сун; Sōngshān; Núi Tung; Song Shan; Songshan; 嵩山少林景区; 嵩山风景名胜区; 嵩山世界地质公园; 嵩山地层构造国家地质公园; 嵩山国家森林公园; 嵩山国家地质公园; 中嶽</nowiki>
Mount Song 
mountain in Henan province, China
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LocationHenan, PRC
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IUCN protected areas category
  • unknown value
  • 64 km
Elevation above sea level
  • 1,516 m
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Map34° 29′ 05″ N, 112° 57′ 37″ E
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Wikidata Q1140980
OpenStreetMap node ID: 5914971049
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English: Songshan ("Mount Song") features the peaks of Ma An, Five Fo, Dan Yang, Shaoshi, and Taishi, and the subpeaks of all of these. Around their bases are a number of historical locations amounting to a significant cultural heritage. In 2004 most of these were united into the Songshan UNESCO Global Geopark. It contained 10 monasteries, 5 shrines, 5 palaces, 3 Taoist temples, 4 Buddhist convents, and over 270 pagodas (memorials). Some of these are categorized below.


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