Moont Kosciuszko

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Moont Kosciuszko
Jagungal, Jar-gan-gil, Tar-gan-gil, Tackingal[1]
Mount Kosciuszko01Oct06.JPG
View o Moont Kosciuszko frae the east
Heichest pynt
Elevation2,228 m (7,310 ft) [2][3]
Prominence2,228 m (7,310 ft) [2]
Isolation1,894.26 km (1,177.04 mi) [2]
Coordinates36°27′27″S 148°15′44″E / 36.45750°S 148.26222°E / -36.45750; 148.26222Coordinates: 36°27′27″S 148°15′44″E / 36.45750°S 148.26222°E / -36.45750; 148.26222[4]
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LocationSnowy Moontains, New Sooth Wales, Australie
Parent rangeMain Range, Great Dividin Range
Topo mapPerisher Valley
First ascent1840 bi Paweł Edmund Strzelecki (European)[2][4]
Easiest routeWalk (dirt road)

Moont Kosciuszko is a moontain locatit on the Main Range o the Snowy Moontains in Kosciuszko Naitional Pairk, pairt o the Australie Alps Naitional Pairks an Reserves, in New Sooth Wales, Australie.

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  1. "James M. Spencer, THE HIGHEST POINT IN AUSTRALIA". The Sydney Morning Herald. National Library of Australia. 18 Februar 1885. p. 7. Retrieved 22 Februar 2014.; cited in Alan E.J. Andrews, Kosciusko: The Mountain in History, O'Connor, A.C.T, Tabletop Press, 1991, p.50.
  2. a b c d "Mount Kosciuszko, Australia". Retrieved 28 Mey 2015.
  3. "Kosciuszko National Park". Australian Alps National Parks. Australian Government. Retrieved 13 Juin 2009.
  4. a b "Mount Kosciuszko". Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW. Geografical Names Buird o New Sooth Wales. Retrieved 27 Mey 2015.

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