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Top landforms by starting letter: Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Islands

For each letter name the tallest mountain, the longest river, the largest lake and the largest island
Mountain data from geonames.org; other data from wikipedia (prefixes like 'mount', 'cerro' are not considered)
Requirements: rivers 1,000 km; lakes 4,000 km2; islands 1,000 km2
Green for mountains >= 8,000m; rivers >= 4,000 km; lakes >= 20,000 km2; islands >= 200,000 km2
Blue for the two smallest entries in each column
Quiz by scambigol
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Last updated: May 24, 2014
First submittedMay 24, 2014
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LETTER
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MOUNTAIN
Annapurna I (8091m - np)
Broad Feng (8051m - pk)
Chomo Lonzo (7818m - cn)
Dhaulagiri (8167m - np)
Everest (8848m - np)
Fasat (5331m - pk)
Gasherbrum Shan (8080m - pk)
Hathi Parbat (6727m - in)
Istoro Nal (7397m - pk)
Juncal, Cerro (6110m - cl)
K2 (8611m - pk)
Liangkang Kangri (7534m - bt)
Makalu (8463m - np)
Nanga Parbat (8125m - pk)
Ojos del Salado, Cerro (6891m - cl)
Phola Gangchhen (7703m - cn)
Qowowuyag (8188m - cn)
Ridonglabo (6171m - cn)
Saser Kangri (7672m - in)
Trivor (7577m - pk)
Uturunco, Cerro (6008m - bo)
Vinson, Mount (4892m - aq)
Wakhikan Rah (5681m - pk)
Xixabangma Feng (8027m - cn)
Yukshin Gardan Sar (7469m - pk)
Zanchari (5634m - cn)
RIVER
Amazon (6 400 km)
Brahmaputra (2 948 km)
Congo (4 700 km)
Danube (2 888 km)
Elbe (1 252 km)
Fraser (1 368 km)
Ganges (2 620 km)
Han (1 532 km)
Indus (3 180 km)
Japurá (2 615 km)
Kolyma (2 513 km)
Lena (4 400 km)
Mississippi (6 275 km)
Nile (6 650 km)
Ob (5 410 km)
Paraná (4 880 km)
 
Rio Grande (3 057 km)
Shatt al-Arab (3 596 km)
Tocantins (3 650 km)
Ural (2 428 km)
Volga (3 645 km)
Warburton (1 400 km)
Xingu (2 100 km)
Yangtze (6 300 km)
Zambezi (2 693 km)
LAKE
Athabasca (7,920 km2)
Baikal (31,500 km2)
Caspian Sea (371,000 km2)
 
Erie (25,719 km2)
 
Great Bear Lake (31,080 km2)
Huron (59,600 km2)
Issyk-Kul (6,200 km2)
 
Khanka (4,190 km2)
Ladoga (18,130 km2)
Michigan (58,000 km2)
Nicaragua (8,001 km2)
Ontario (19,477 km2)
 
Qinghai Lake (4,489 km2)
Reindeer Lake (6,330 km2)
Superior (82,414 km2)
Tanganyika (32,893 km2)
Urmia (6,001 km2)
Victoria (69,485 km2)
Winnipeg (23,553 km2)
 
 
 
ISLAND
Alexander Island (49k)
Borneo (748k)
Cuba (104k)
Devon Island (55k)
Ellesmere Island (196k)
Flores (14k)
Greenland (2,130k)
Honshu (225k)
Iceland (101k)
Java (138k)
Kyūshū (37k)
Luzon (109k)
Madagascar (587k)
New Guinea (785k)
October Revolution Island (14k)
Prince of Wales Island (33k)
Qeqertarsuaq (Disko) (8k)
Roosevelt Island (7k)
Sumatra (473k)
Te Waipounamu (South Island) (145k)
Unimak Island (4k)
Victoria Island (217k)
Wrangel Island (Vrangelya) (7k)
 
Yuzhny Island (33k)
Zealand (Sjælland) (7k)
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level 55
Jun 13, 2014
Broad "Peak" doesn't work? And how about Cho Oyu @ 8201m?
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level 71
Jun 13, 2014
In the file from which I got the data they're called Broad Feng and Qowowuyag. I have no idea which name is more appropriate but I guess I'll stick to having a single source. Thanks for the comment
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level 55
Dec 4, 2014
Lhotse, 8,516 metres (27,940 ft) is missing
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level 57
Oct 6, 2015
Shishipangma, Cho Oyo, Lhotse... this is a test of transliteration as much as it is one of geographical features.
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level 31
Oct 18, 2015
Definitely not enough time, I managed to score 41/95... Tough one
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level 63
Aug 30, 2019
Please accept South Island for Te Waipounamu