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English: The famous and rather mysterious Amne Machin (Maqen Gangri), the second sacred mountain for tibetans after Mount Kailash, 6.282 m. Qinghai, China
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Author Italian Author-Photographer Mario Biondi

34°47′54″N 99°27′45″E


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