See also: Pamir (homonymy)
Located in Central Asia, Pamir are formed by the junction of the chains of Tian Shan, Karakoram, Kunlun Shan and Hindū-Kūsh. They are among more the high mountains of the world. They are also known by the Chinese name of Conglin 葱嶺 or “Mountains Onion”.
The area of Pamir is centered in the area of the Tadjikistan of Gorno-Badakhshan. Certain parts of Pamir are also in the countries of Kyrgyzstan, the Afghanistan, and the Pakistan. The south of Gorno-Badakhshan, the Corridor of Wakhan traverses the area of Pamir, which also includes the Scandinavian ends of the province of the North-West and the Scandinavian ends of the areas of Pakistan.
GeographyIts three plus high mountains are the Pic Ismail Samani (7 495 m), known of 1932 to 1962 like Pic of Stalin, and 1962 to 1998 like Pic of Communism, the Pic Lénine (7 165 m) and the Pic Korzhenevskoi (7 105 m).
There is many Glacier S in the mountains of Pamir, including the Glacier Fedchenko (72 kilometers), longest of old the the USSR and the longest glacier apart from the polar region.
Covered with snow throughout the year, Pamirs have rather cold winters length and, and short and fresh summers. Annual precipitation is approximately 130 millimetres, which supports meadows but few trees.
coal is extracted in the west, although the Mouton S alive in herds in the higher meadows are the primary source of revenue for the sector.
To the south-east of the area of Pamir, in China, the highest international road in the world, the road of Karakoram, connects the Pakistan to China. The road of Pamir, the higher second of the world, court of Douchanbé to the Tadjikistan with Och with the Kyrgyzstan by the autonomous region of Gorno-Badakhshan and is the principal route of the provisioning of the area.
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