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File:Hillary statue and Mount Cook.jpg


Description The statue of Sir Edmund Hillary permanently gazing towards New Zealand's highest peak, en:Aoraki/Mount Cook.
Date 23 July 2004, 11:08
Source Watching Mt Cook
Author Jonathan Keelty from Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

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43° 43′ 59.79″ S, 170° 6′ 3.51″ E

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