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By the Shore of Laguna Siula
Peru

On the way to the 4830m high Siula Punta (Quesillococha Pass) one passes a series of three consecutive lakes, and by far, the 2nd lake, Laguna Siula is the largest of them all.

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Uploaded: 18/11/2011
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Tags: siulá; siula grande; huayhuash; andes; cordillera; quesillococha; peru
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