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"Loma Redonda" Station at Merida Cable Car

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"Loma Redonda" station in Merida Cable Car. This is the last part of the trip to reach the final station at "Pico Espejo".

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A: Snow Virgin at the top of the Merida Cable Car

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 3.0kmかなた

This is the last station of Merida Cable Car at Pico Espejo.

Snow Virgin at the top of the Merida Cable Car

B: Bolivar Peak: Summit, Sierra Nevada National Park (Venezuela)

Jesús González作, 3.2kmかなた

With an official height of 4978.4 ± 0.4 m Pico Bolívar is the highest geographical point of Venezuela...

Bolivar Peak: Summit, Sierra Nevada National Park (Venezuela)

C: Green Lagoon, Sierra Nevada National Park (Venezuela)

Jesús González作, 8.5kmかなた

Located at the base of the peaks Bomplant and Humbolt, the Laguna Verde and its watershed are formed...

Green Lagoon, Sierra Nevada National Park (Venezuela)

D: Cable car main station (Barinitas Station)

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 8.9kmかなた

Main station from the longest and higest mountain cable car in the world.

Cable car main station (Barinitas Station)

E: Cable car main station (Barinitas Station)

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 8.9kmかなた

Main station from the longest and higest mountain cable car in the world.

Cable car main station (Barinitas Station)

F: "Las Heroinas" Park

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 8.9kmかなた

"Las Heroinas" Park

G: Belen

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 8.9kmかなた

Belen

H: Belen

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 8.9kmかなた

Belen

I: El Espejo

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 9.0kmかなた

El Espejo

J: El Espejo

Gerardo Antonio Sánchez Torres作, 9.0kmかなた

El Espejo

このパノラマはVenezuela, South Americaで撮影されました

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Text by Steve Smith.

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