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The Fast-flowing Rio Rajucolta
Peru

Rio Huantsan receives so much water from the huge glacier of Nevado Huantsan that about one kilometer further down the valley it truely becomes a roaring river gushing out between the towering mountains.

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Tags: huantsan; rajucolta; ordillera blanca; andes; huaraz; ancash; peru
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