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List of highest mountains in the world

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This list mentions the highest mountains in the world.

Rated 0 points - posted 10 years ago by kris in category World.
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Mount Everest, Nepal Report Abuse
Standing tall at 8,844m, it is no wonder that this is the tallest mountain in the world.
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K2, Pakistan Report Abuse
This mountain has a height of about 8,500m which is the reason it occupies the third spot.
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Jaya Wijaya, Papua Report Abuse
Papua liked a paradise world. Althought it's so meaning Papua liked a koeboe.
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Lhotse, Nepal Report Abuse
This mountain occupies the fifth position because it has a height of 8,453m.
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Manaslu, Nepal Report Abuse
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Nanga Parbat, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Kunyang Chist, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Aling Kangri, Tibet Report Abuse
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Dhaulagiri, Nepal Report Abuse
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Masherbrum, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Distaghil Sar, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Kanchenjunga, India Report Abuse
This peak in India is the second place owner because it has a height of more than 8,600m.
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Makalu, Tibet Report Abuse
This mountain has a height of 8,482m and is located on the border of Nepal and Tibet.
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Cho Oyu, Tibet Report Abuse
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Anapurna, Nepal Report Abuse
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Gasherbrum I, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Rakaposhi, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Nanda Devi, India Report Abuse
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Broad Peak, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Gasherbrum II, Pakistan Report Abuse
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Xixibangma Feng, China Report Abuse
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