How did Blue Mountain get its name?
Naming the Blue Mountains
In 1788 the Blue Mountains were originally named “Carmarthen Hills” and “Landsdowne Hills” by Governor Phillip, however, it wasn’t long after, that the distinctive blue haze surrounding the area saw the change in name to the Blue Mountains.
Which country called Blue Mountain?
Overlooking the hills of the neighbouring nation of Myanmar and the mighty River Chhimtuipui, is the highest peak in the state of Mizoram, Phawngpui, which is also known as the Blue Mountain. As the region has a wide variety of flora and fauna, it has been declared a national park.
Which city is known as the Blue Mountains?
The City of Blue Mountains is a local government area of New South Wales, Australia, governed by the Blue Mountains City Council. The city is located in the Blue Mountains range west of Sydney.
City of Blue Mountains.
|City of Blue Mountains New South Wales|
|Location in New South Wales|
|Coordinates||33°42′S 150°18′ECoordinates: 33°42′S 150°18′E|
Which hill is called Blue Mountain?
Phawngpui (Pron: /ˌpʰɔ:ŋˈpʊɪ/), also known as Blue Mountain, is the highest mountain peak in the Mizo Hills (Lushai Hills) and in the state of Mizoram, India, with an elevation of 2157 m.