Mongun-Taiga, also known as Mungun-Taiga (Tuvan: Мөңгүн-Тайга - Silver Mountain) is a massif in Mongun-Taiga kozhuun, Russia. The Russian part of the Altay Mountains is considered part of Western Siberia, but Mongun-Taiga in 1932 was transferred (along with the north of Uvs Nuur Basin) from the Mongolian People's Republic of Tuva, and in 1944 became part of Eastern Siberia.
By elevation Gora Mungun-Tayga is
# 1 out of 161 in Tuva Republic # 1 out of 16 in Mongun-Tayginsky Kozhuun # 1 out of 6 in Ubsunur Hollow Biosphere Reserve # 2 out of 653 in the Hangay Mountains
By prominence Gora Mungun-Tayga is
# 1 out of 161 in Tuva Republic # 1 out of 16 in Mongun-Tayginsky Kozhuun # 1 out of 6 in Ubsunur Hollow Biosphere Reserve # 37 out of 24823 in Russia # 3 out of 653 in the Hangay Mountains
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