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Meaning of "Yablonovy Mountains" in the English dictionary

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ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD YABLONOVY MOUNTAINS

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PRONUNCIATION OF YABLONOVY MOUNTAINS

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GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF YABLONOVY MOUNTAINS

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WHAT DOES YABLONOVY MOUNTAINS MEAN IN ENGLISH?

Yablonoi Mountains

The Yablonoi Mountains or Yablonovy Mountains is a mountain range in Siberia. It is in Transbaikal in Russia. The range runs north-east from Mongolia, passing just to the east of Lake Baikal. The Yablonoi Mountains run for about 1600 kilometres before joining with the Stanovoi Range. The range forms the dividing line between the rivers that empty into the Arctic Ocean and those that empty into the Pacific. The range is not particularly tall or large, being long and thin. The tallest peak is Mount Sokhondo at 2,500 metres. It is formed with granites, crystalline slates, and sandstones. The slopes of the Yablonoviy Range are covered with larch and occasional fir and silver fir taiga. Pine forests are quite common on the southern slopes of the range. Peaks higher than 1,200 - 1,400 metres are covered with mountainous tundra vegetation. The isolated range is sparsely inhabited with most settlements being based around mines. The area is especially rich in tin. The Trans-Siberian Railroad runs parallel to the range before going through a tunnel to bypass the heights. The Trans-Siberian Railroad passes the mountains at Chita. The Trans-Siberian Railroad...

Definition of Yablonovy Mountains in the English dictionary

The definition of Yablonovy Mountains in the dictionary is a mountain range in Siberia. Highest peak: 1680 m Also called: Yablonoi Mountains,.

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Yablonoi Mountains

WORDS THAT END LIKE YABLONOVY MOUNTAINS

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Synonyms and antonyms of Yablonovy Mountains in the English dictionary of synonyms

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Translator English - Chinese

Yablonovy山
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Translator English - Spanish

Montañas Yablonovy
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Yablonovy Mountains
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Translator English - Hindi

Yablonovy पर्वत
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Translator English - Arabic

جبال Yablonovy
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Translator English - Russian

Яблонового Горы
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Translator English - Portuguese

Yablonovy Montanhas
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Translator English - Bengali

Yablonovy পর্বতমালা
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Translator English - French

lablonovoïs Montagnes
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Translator English - Malay

Pergunungan Yablonovy
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Translator English - German

Jablonowyj Mountains
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Translator English - Japanese

Yablonovy山脈
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Translator English - Korean

Yablonovy 산
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Translator English - Javanese

Pagunungan Yablonovy
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Translator English - Vietnamese

Yablonovy núi
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Translator English - Tamil

யாப்லோவோனி மலைகள்
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Translator English - Marathi

Yablonovy पर्वत
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Translator English - Turkish

Yablonovy Dağları
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Translator English - Italian

Yablonovy Monti
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Translator English - Polish

Yablonovy Góry
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Translator English - Ukrainian

Яблонового Гори
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Translator English - Romanian

Munții Yablonovy
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Translator English - Greek

Yablonovy Όρη
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Translator English - Afrikaans

Yablonovy Berge
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Translator English - Swedish

Yablonovy Berg
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Yablonovy Mountains
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YABLONOVY MOUNTAINS»

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Introduction to Asia: History, Culture, and Civilization
North of Tien Shan, the Dzugarian Basin, stretches northward to the Altai Mountains along the Mongolian border. Yablonovy Mountains lie east of Lake Baikal in Siberia. The range extends northeast from Mongolia for about 1,000 miles until it ...
Angelina Chavez Irapta, Irapta, Et Al, 2005
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Russia
Most travellers that make it this far east stick within this region, along the final 60 hours or so of railroad that runs on the south side of Lake Baikal and the Yablonovy Mountains, along the Chinese border to the flatter Khabarovsk Territory and ...
‎2010
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The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia
... and extend deeply into Mongolia, Manchuria and the southern part of the Russian Far East. Included in this category are the Kentei ranges of northern Mongolia, which is a southerly geographic extension of the Yablonovy Mountains and the ...
Denis Sinor, 1990
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Eastern Destiny: Russia in Asia and the North Pacific
This 687-mile undertaking extended from Mysovsk (modern-day Babushkin) on the east shore of southern Lake Baikal through Verkhneudinsk (modern-day Ulan Ude), across the Yablonovy Mountains, through Chita and Nerchinsk, ...
G. Patrick March, 1996
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Ecology and Biogeography of High Altitude Insects
... mountains of the Angar-Beringean area are the Altai, the Sayanskii Mountains to the northeast of the Altai, the Baikal Mountains, the Yablonovy Mountains, Stanovoi Mountains, Sikhote-Alin Ranges, Cherskogo Mountains, Fig. 74.
M.S. Mani, 1968
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Utrata Fachwörterbuch: Geographie - ...
Yablonoi Mountains pl (RUS) Jablonowygebirge n (RUS) Yablonovy Mountains pl (RUS) Jablonowygebirge n (RUS) Yaeyama Islands pl (East China Sea) (JPN) Yaeyama-Inseln pl (Ostchinesisches Meer) ...
Jürgen Utrata, 2014
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The American Desk Encyclopedia
Its 5 boundary runs through the TIEN SI-IAN and Yablonovy Mountains and Lake BAIKAL, the world's deepest lake. The high plateau area of Central Asia extends s to the Himalayas and includes the W Chinese provinces of TIBET and ...
Steve Luck, 1998
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Encyclopedia of World Geography
Yablonovy Mountains 14:1925 Yalu river (North Korea) 22:3050, 3062, 3062, 3064 Yamuna river (India) 19:2612 Yangtze river (China) 19:2634, 20:2746, 2748, 2749, 2750, 2754, 2761, 2776, 2777, 2783, 21:2922 Yellow river see Huang river ...
Peter Haggett, 2001
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Siege Warfare: The Fortress in the Early Modern World 1494-1660
... of Irkutsk in 1652 and Nerchinsk in 1654, and brought about a period of friction with China which lasted until 1689 and the signing of the Treaty of Nerchinsk; this defined the Yablonovy Mountains as the border between the two empires.
Christopher Duffy, 2013
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Across the Sleeping Land
Ulan Ude is a quaint and distinctive little town, of around 380,000 souls or so, situated on the plains between the Yablonovy Mountains to the south, and Lake Baikal to the north. It's now officially recognised as the capital of the Autonomous  ...
Pears, Michael, 2005

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