Baekdu/Changbai Mountain volcano, April 2003
|Elevation||2,744 metres (9,003 ft)|
|Location||Ryanggang, (North Korea)
Baekdu Mountain (白頭山)/Changbai Mountain(长白山) is a volcano on the border between North Korea and China. This mountain is 54.5% of North Korea territory, The territory of China is 45.5%. The Korean name is Baekdu-san. It is means White head mountain. The China name is Changbai-shan. It is means Snow piles up on the large mountain. Baekdu has large crater lake, It is called "heaven and earth lake". Koreans call it "Cheon-ji" lake, Chinese called "tiandi" lake. It is 2,744 metres above sea level. The Beijing Olympic torch was lit on Baekdu/Changbai Mountain.
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