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Dzungarian Alatau

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What is the Dzungarian Gate? Do you remember its historical significance? It is a mountain pass joining Ebinur Lake (China) with hollow of Alakol lakes. It was the caravan route linking Eastern Europe and Asia. The Silk Road, the Mongol conquerors and warriors of Genghis Khan passed through it.
What is the highest point of Dzungarian Alatau? Besbakan (4622 m)
The part of the Dzungarian Alatau is in China. What are the names of mountains in Kazakhstan? Orkashar Barlyktau Zhaiyr Maily
What are kurum? Many small blockfields in the valleys of mountains
What is the difference between northern and southern Dzungarian Alatau? Northern slope of the Dzungarian Alatau is gentle, but the relief of Southern Alatau is the most steep
When was the Dzungarian Alatau turned into fold-block high mountains? During an epoch of the Alpine orogeny