Kuaiji Mountains


The Kuaiji Mountains (Chineset 會稽, s 会稽, p Kuàijī Shān also Guìjī Shān[1][2]), formerly romanized as the K'uai-chi Mountains, are a 100-kilometer (62 mi) long mountain range in China's Zhejiang province. They are named for Mount Kuaiji (also Kuàijī Shān in Chinese), the peak just southeast of Shaoxing which is now known as Mount Xianglu. Xianglu is the highest peak of the range, with an elevation of 354.7 meters (1,164 ft).

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Categories: Mountain ranges of China | Landforms of Zhejiang | People's Republic of China geography stubs




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