Suvraga Khairkhan

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Suvraga Khairkhan
Highest point
Elevation 3,179 m (10,430 ft) [1]
Coordinates 47°3′22″N 101°21′57″E / 47.05611°N 101.36583°E / 47.05611; 101.36583Coordinates: 47°3′22″N 101°21′57″E / 47.05611°N 101.36583°E / 47.05611; 101.36583[1]
Geography
Location Mongolia
Parent range Khangai Mountains

The Suvraga Khairkhan (Mongolian: Суврага хайрхан, stupa holy mountain) is a mountain of the Khangai Mountains range in the Tsenkher, Arkhangai Province in Mongolia. It has an elevation of 3,179 metres (10,430 ft) and is considered a regional sacred mountain.

The Suvraga Khairkhan is the pivotal point between the watersheds of the Orkhon, Tamir and Tsetserleg rivers, with the main source of the Orkhon right at its foot to the south, and tributaries of the other two to the west and north.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Russian army map "100k--l47-035"". Maps for the world. Retrieved 2015-01-05.