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The Meadow of Quebrada Quilcayhuanca
Peru

Deserted as it may appear, the green meadows and glacier lakes of Quebrada Quilcayhuanca reward hikers and visitors with vistas no less wonderful than its more popular northern neighbours.

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送信日: 11/07/2013
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