Monday, April 12, 2004

Tsinling Mountains

Wade-Giles romanization �Ch'in Ling, �Pinyin �Qin Ling, � mountain range in North China, extending east-west from southeast Kansu province into Shensi and Honan provinces. It is considered to be an extension of the Kunlun Mountains. It constitutes a watershed between the Wei and Han rivers and reaches a height of 12,359 feet (3,767 m) at T'ai-pai (mount). The range forms a sharp physical divide, of climatic as well as topographic significance,


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