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The Himalayas. Illustrations of yetin, the terrible snowman

The Himalayas. Illustrations of yetin, the terrible snowman
The Himalayas. Illustrations of yetin, the terrible snowman
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The Himalayas. Illustrations of yetin, the terrible snowman
The Himalayas. Illustrations of yetin, the terrible snowman
$34.90
  • SKU: SCAN-TT-01848456

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Himalayas (Sanskrit: ??????, himalaya, "Snowing of the Snow", composed of heavenly "snow, frost" and alaya "boning") is a mountain range in Asia that separates the Indian peninsula from Tibet plateau. Together, the Himalayan mountain system is the highest on the planet with fourteen mountain peaks over 8,000 meters, [1] including Mount Everest and Kangchenjunga, two of the world's three highest mountains. K2 is often mentioned as a peak in the Himalayas but belongs to the Karakoram mountain range. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the earth measured in meters above sea level (m.). The mountain is at the border between Nepal and China (Tibet) in the Himalayan mountain range and is 8 848 meters high. Mount Everest was first secured safely on May 29, 1953 by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay.
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Date 1977-00-27T12:00:00Z
SizeText 4.6" x 7.2"
Size Medium10
Year 1977
Month July

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