Mount Higashidate

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Mount Higashidate
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Mount Higashidate in July 2009
Highest point
Elevation 1,994 m (6,542 ft)  OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
Coordinates 36°43′58″N138°31′25″E / 36.73278°N 138.52361°E / 36.73278; 138.52361 Coordinates: 36°43′58″N138°31′25″E / 36.73278°N 138.52361°E / 36.73278; 138.52361
Naming
Native name東館山  (Japanese)
Geography
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Mount Higashidate

Mount Higashidate (東館山, Higashitate-yama) is a mountain in Japan located in Yamanouchi, Nagano. For the 1998 Winter Olympics, it hosted the alpine skiing giant slalom events.

Right: Mount Higashidate / Left: Mount Nishidate Xi Guan Dong Guan .jpg
Right: Mount Higashidate / Left: Mount Nishidate

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