What Is a Mountain System?

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A mountain system is a set of mountain ranges displaying certain combining characters. These unique similar features may be in structure, alignment and from whose cause may be same. Mountains system is often used to combine several geographically related features.
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mountain system
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a series of interconnected or geologically related mountain ranges.
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