Manisan (Incheon)

Manisan is a mountain in Incheon, South Korea. It is situated in Ganghwa County and is the highest peak on Ganghwa Island. Manisan has an elevation of 469.4 m (1,540 ft).[1] There is a popular hiking trail to the summit; at the summit is Chamseongsdan, an altar where Dangun (the founding father of Korea) performed ritual ceremonies.[2]

Manisan
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Highest point
Elevation469.4 m (1,540 ft)
Prominence469 m (1,539 ft) Edit this on Wikidata
Coordinates37°36′41.77″N 126°26′5.38″E / 37.6116028°N 126.4348278°E / 37.6116028; 126.4348278Coordinates: 37°36′41.77″N 126°26′5.38″E / 37.6116028°N 126.4348278°E / 37.6116028; 126.4348278
Geography
Manisan is located in South Korea
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Location on South Korea
LocationGanghwa County Incheon, South Korea
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationManisan
McCune–ReischauerManisan

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  • An Gyeong-ho (2003). 신 한국 100 명산 ('The New' 100 Korean Mountains). Seoul: 깊은솔 (Gipeunsol). ISBN 978-89-89917-07-6.