Significance of selected Swiss mountains

What is a mountain? How many mountains are there? It turns out that answering these simple questions about global and national topography is not that easy.If you classify every tiny rise in elevation as a mountain, then there are an infinite number of mountains. A meaningful, objective definition is therefore necessary in order to establish a mountain ranking. Three topographicaly based criteria

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Swiss mountains: Significance

Tags: Portrait of Switzerland, Geography of Switzerland, Mountains
Spatial extent: Switzerland
Time: 2018

Map objects: Aletschhorn, Aroser Rothorn, Balmhorn, Brienzer Rothorn, Cornettes de Bise, Dammastock, Dents du Midi, Dom, Dufourspitze, Finsteraarhorn, Gamsberg, Grand Combin, Grand Muveran, Gridone, Haldensteiner Calanda, Le Catogne, Le Tarent, Les Diablerets, Matterhorn / Monte Cervino, Monte Generoso / Calvagione, Monte Leone, Monte Tamaro, Piz Bernina, Piz Calderas, Piz Kesch, Piz Linard GR, Piz Platta, Piz Sesvenna, Pizzo Tambo, Rheinwaldhorn, Rigi Kulm, Säntis, Stätzerhorn, Titlis, Tödi, Vanil Noir, Weisshorn VS, Weissmies