Gongga (gŏngˈgäˈ) [key] or Minya Konka mĭnˈyə kŏngˈkə, peak, 24,900 ft (7,590 m) high, SW Sichuan prov., central China, in the Daxue Mts.; one of the highest points in China. It was climbed (1932) by an American expedition.
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