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Mont-Perdue in France

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Mountain in the Pyrenees, bordering Spain.

The area is divided into French and Spanish slopes.
The maximum height of the peak is 3356 m.

In 1997, UNESCO included this peak in its World Heritage List. But not only the mountain was included, but also its surrounding territories, which include several glaciers, and   deep canyons. Canyons are on the side of Spain, glaciers – on the side of France.

The most beautiful slopes and mountain villages attract many tourists every year. Climbing the mountain is difficult and very dangerous in winter. Without the appropriate equipment,

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