Tengri-Tagh, der östlichste Theil des Thian-Schan (s.d.) in Asien, eine gewaltige Gebirgsmasse, welche mit dem Tengri-Khan (Geisterkönig) bis zu 20,000 Par. F. ansteigt.

Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.

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