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Range Name(s): Gandisyshan, Трансгималаи, Гангдисе, Гандисышань     Geology: Tectonic
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Region(s): Asia     Average Length: Please update
Location: China: Tibet Autonomous Region;     Average Width:
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Parent Range: Tibetan Plateau     Nearest Airport(s): Please update
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Mountains Gandisyshan are situated in the south of North Tibetan highland at the turn of North Tibet, South Tibet and South-North Tibet. They also appeared to be the watershed of inside and outside water system of Tibet. The highest mountain of Gandisyshan achieves the height of more than 7 000 meters.

Asia, China: Tibet Autonomous Region

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