[b]1.) Oceania – Puncak Jaya[/b]
Puncak Jaya is the highest mountain in Oceania with a height of 4,884 meters above sea level. It is located in Papua province, Indonesia. It is also sometimes called Mount Carstensz or the Carstensz Pyramid. Other names include Nemangkawi, Ngga Pulu, Carstensz Toppen and Gunung Sukarno.
[b]2.) South America – Mount Aconcagua[/b]
The tallest mountain in South America, with a height of 6,962 m, is Mount Aconcagua. This mountain is located in the Andes mountain range and is the highest mountain outside Asia.
[b]3.) Antarctica – Vinson Massif[/b]
The highest mountain in the snow-covered continent of Antarctica, with a height of 4,892 m, is Vinson Massif. Mount Vinson is located about 1,200 km (750 mi) from the South Pole.
[b]4.) Asia – Mount Everest[/b]
The tallest mountain in Asia is also the highest in the world – Mount Everest. Its towering height is 8,848 meters above sea level.
[b]5.) Africa – Mount Kilimanjaro [/b]
The highest mountain in Africa is Mount Kilimanjaro. Mount Kilimanjaro, with an elevation of 5,882 meters above sea level has 3 volcanic cones, is an inactive volcano.
[b]6.) North America – Mount McKinley[/b][b][b]
North America’s highest peak, with a height of 6,194 m, is Mount McKinley. It is also commonly called Mount Denali and is located in Alaska, USA.
[b]7.) Europe – Mount Elbrus[/b]
Europe’s highest point, with a height of 5,642 m, is Mount Elbrus. It is an inactive volcano located in the western Caucasus mountain range in Russia.[/b][/b]