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- the Himalayas,
- the Karakoram,
- the Hindu Kush and Hindu Raj,
- the Pamir Mountains,
- the Tien Shan,
- the Kunlun Shan,
- the Nyanchen Tangla (or Transhimalaya) and various smaller mountain ranges inside Tibet and in western China (in the Tibet-Sichuan-Yunnan region, including Qionglai Shan).
All of these ranges have peaks over 6,000 metres (19,690 ft), and most have peaks over 7,000 metres (22,970 ft). The Greater Ranges contain all of the world's peaks higher than 7,000 metres (22,970 ft).
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