Looking down at Quito from Guagua Pichincha - Stock image

Cityscape, Ecuador, Fog, Mountain Climbing, Quito

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Stock photo ID:182070225
Upload date:September 25, 2013

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'Climbing up the Guagua Pichincha, the active Volcano near Quito (4794m).The Andes is a vast mountain range forming a continuous chain of highland along the western coast of South America. It is roughly 7,000 km (4,400 miles) long, 500 km (300 miles) wide in some parts (widest between 18 to 20S latitude), and of an average height of about 4,000 m (13,000 feet).'
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