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Alatau or Ala-Too (Kazakh: Alataý, Алатау; Turkish: Аladağ; Kyrgyz: Ала-Тоо; Russian: Алатау) is a generic name for a number of mountain ranges in Central Asia, characterized by interleaving areas of vegetation, scattered rocks and snows. The Alatau Mountains are located in the South East of Kazakhstan
- Kuznetsk Alatau Mountains in south-central Siberia, Russia
- Several ranges of the Tien Shan
The name Alatau has been given to:
- Alatau, Kazakhstan, a settlement in Kazakhstan.
- Ala-Too Square, the main square in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
- Alatau Sports Palace
- Alatau cattle, a breed of cattle from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan
- Aladağ, Turkey, a name of an area at Taurus mountains, inhabited by Yörük Turcomans in Central Anatolia, Turkey.
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