Uluru is one of Australia's most famous landmarks, situated in the center of the country, southwest of Alice Springs. The British first named the mountain Ayers Rock. Because of its huge spiritual importance for the Anangu, the native inhabitants of the area, in 2019 climbing Uluru was permanently banned. Uluru is known for its changing colors throughout the day, especially during dusk and dawn. Another phenomenon can be observed during the rare heavy rainfalls in the area when for a short time the walls of Uluru become waterfalls.
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Elevation: 863 m
Prominence: 348 m
Orometric dominance: 40
Coordinates: -25.345000, 131.036111