Korzhenevskaya Peak is the third highest peak in the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan. It is one of the five "Snow Leopard Peaks" in the territory of the former Soviet Union. It is named after Evgenia Korzhenevskaya, the wife of Russian geographer Nikolai L. Korzhenevskiy, who discovered the peak in August 1910.
Due to transliteration and declension issues the peak's name is rendered in many different ways, including Korzhenevski, Korzhenevskoi, and Korzhenievsky.
By elevation Peak Korzhenevskaya is
# 5 out of 319 in Tajik National Park # 5 out of 1128 in Tajikistan # 3 out of 454 in Districts of Republican Subordination # 3 out of 276 in Jirgatol District # 12 out of 602 in the Pamir Mountains # 12 out of 1462 in the Pamir-Alay Mountain System
By prominence Peak Korzhenevskaya is
# 7 out of 319 in Tajik National Park # 15 out of 1128 in Tajikistan # 6 out of 454 in Districts of Republican Subordination # 5 out of 276 in Jirgatol District # 18 out of 602 in the Pamir Mountains # 22 out of 1462 in the Pamir-Alay Mountain System
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