The Pamir Mountains are a mountain range between Central Asia, South Asia and East Asia. It is located at a junction with other notable mountains, namely the Tian Shan, Karakoram, Kunlun, Hindu Kush and the Himalaya mountain ranges. They are among the world's highest mountains.
Much of the Pamir Mountains lie in the Gorno-Badakhshan Province of Tajikistan. To the south, they border the Hindu Kush mountains along Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor in Badakhshan Province. To the north, they join the Tian Shan mountains along the Alay Valley of Kyrgyzstan. To the east, they extend to the range that includes China's Kongur Tagh, in the "Eastern Pamirs", separated by the Yarkand valley from the Kunlun Mountains.
By elevation Abu Ali Ibn Sino (former Lenin Peak) is
# 3 out of 319 in Tajik National Park # 3 out of 1128 in Tajikistan # 3 out of 388 in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region # 3 out of 276 in Murghob District # 10 out of 602 in the Pamir Mountains # 10 out of 1462 in the Pamir-Alay Mountain System
By prominence Abu Ali Ibn Sino (former Lenin Peak) is
# 2 out of 319 in Tajik National Park # 2 out of 1128 in Tajikistan # 2 out of 388 in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region # 2 out of 276 in Murghob District # 4 out of 602 in the Pamir Mountains # 4 out of 1462 in the Pamir-Alay Mountain System
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