What Is the Highest Mountain in China?

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The highest mountain in China is the highest mountain in the world: Mount Qomolangma. The mountain towers above all others at 8,844.43 m.
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The highest point in China is Mount Everest: 29,035 ft (8,850 m)
Lowest Point: Turpan Pendi, -505 ft (-154 m)
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In China the highest mountain is the Mountain Everest which is also known as Mt.Qomolangma at about 8, 848 meter above sea level. It is in Mahhalangur section of Himalaya on the Nepal- China border. There are four peaks which are above 8,000 meter and 14 peaks above 7,000 meter.
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