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Castles In County Kilkenny - Geography and Political Subdivisions - Physical Geography - Mountains and Hills
... mountain ranges in Ireland with the highest peak being Brandon Hill (Irish Cnoc Bhréanail), at 515 metres (1,690 ft) above sea level ... The highest point of the Castlecomer Hills is 313 metres (1,027 ft), and located North-West of the town of Castlecomer and near the border with Laois ... The highest point of the Culla Hills is in Laois at 279 metres (915 ft), but its undulating slopes spread over a considerable area of Kilkenny in the north-westerly area ...
List Of Brazilian States By Highest Point
... This is a list of the Brazilian states by highest point, including Distrito Federal ... The highest point in Brazil is Pico da Neblina, in Amazonas, at 2,994 metres (9,822 feet), which ranks the country as 69th by highest point ...
Cordillera Subbética - Main Mountain Ranges
... Aljibe, includes the Alcornocales Natural Park Sierra de Grazalema Sierra Sur de Sevilla, highest points Terril (1,132 m) and Peñón de Algámitas (1,128 m) Subbaetic Ranges of Córdoba ...
List Of Ultras Of Oceania - Gallery
... Puncak Jaya in Papua, Indonesia, is the highest point of New Guinea and all the Earth's ocean islands Mauna Kea on the Island of Hawaiʻi is the tallest mountain on Earth as measured from base to ...
Calcaneal Fracture - Anatomy and Classification
... It is formed by the intersection of 1) a line from the highest point of the posterior articular facet to the highest point of the posterior tuberosity, and 2) a line from the ...

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