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Illimani(ēyēmä`nē), 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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a mountain massif in the Cordillera Real (central Andes) in western Bolivia. Elevations range to 6,462 m. The Illimani is composed of granites. The northeast slopes have permanent snow cover and glaciers.
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a mountain in W Bolivia, in the Andes near La Paz. Height: 6882 m (22 580 ft.)
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