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|Elevation||3,970 m (13,020 ft)|
Mongun-Taiga, also known as Mungun-Taiga (Tuvan: Мөңгүн-Тайга - Silver Mountain) is a massif in Mongun-Taiga kozhuun, Russia. The Russian part of the Altay Mountains is considered part of Western Siberia, but Mongun-Taiga in 1932 was transferred (along with the north of Uvs Nuur Basin) from the Mongolian People's Republic of Tuva, and in 1944 became part of Eastern Siberia.
- Mangun-Taiga — Belarusian Encyclopedia. 18. 2000. Series 75. Retrieved 8 June 2012.
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