Illimani

Illimani (ēyēmäˈnē) [key], mountain, 21,184 ft (6,457 m) high, E Bolivia. One of the highest peaks of the Cordillera Real of the Bolivian Andes, it is permanently snowcapped. Illimani was first climbed by Baron Conway of Allington in 1898.

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