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English: Climbers on Alpamayo mountain in Peru.
Français : Des alpinistes escaladent le Mont Alpamayo au Pérou.
Lietuvių: Alpamajo viršukalnė Anduose.
Deutsch: Der Alpamayo in den peruanischen Anden
Español: Alpinistas en Alpamayo, Perú.
Date 7 July 2003
Author Brad Mering
Baltimore, MD, United States
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8° 52′ 59.16″ S, 77° 39′ 17.59″ W

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