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Al-DayrBanc d’Arguin Nature Reserve

Andes Cordillera

£569.25 (including 15 % tax)

This image is of Andes Cordillera between Cuzco and Arequipa, Peru Latitude / Longtitude:(S 15°14’ W 71°48’).

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The Andes Cordillera and its foothills cover one-third of the territory of Peru. In the country’s southern region, between Cuzco and Arequipa, the mountains reach peaks of more than 20,000 feet (6,000 m), progressively giving way to the high Andes plateaus, situated between altitudes of 11,500 and 14,750 feet (3,500 to 4,500 m), known as Puna. The people who live here are one of the only sedentary populations that live at such a high altitude; the other example is in Tibet. The Andes Cordillera is a young formation, created 20 million years ago after upheavals of the earth’s surface and accumulation of deposits of sandstone and granite. It extends over a length of 4,650 miles (7,500 km) along the Pacific coast of South America, crossing seven countries from the Caribbean Sea all the way to Cape Horn. It is the only mountain chain that maintains such a high altitude uninterrupted over such a long distance.

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