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Sayan Mountains

[ sah-yahn ]
/ sɑˈyɑn /
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plural noun

a mountain range in the S Russian Federation in central Asia. Highest peak, Munku Sardik, 11,447 feet (3,490 meters).

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Sayan Mountains
/ (sɑːˈjæn) /

pl n

a mountain range in S central Russia, in S Siberia. Highest peak: Munku-Sardyk, 3437 m (11 457 ft)
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