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Kilimanjaro

Truly the Roof of Africa, Kilimanjaro is a mountain made up of three main peaks, all volcanoes: Shira, Kibo and Mawenzi. It is known for its breathtaking ice cap at the summit, which explorer Johannes Rebmann had seen in 1848, initially wondering if it was clouds. Doomed to completely disappear by 2050, the snow on Kilimanjaro will live on forever in the books of Hemingway, Kessel and Jules Verne. The mountain, home to Maasai herders and Chaga growers, is prized by thousands of hikers who climb it while enjoying the incredible diversity of its fauna and its flora.

 

The Line has depicted the silhouette from the Tanzanian-Kenyan border, at the North of the Summit.

24,17 €



Truly the Roof of Africa, Kilimanjaro is a mountain made up of three main peaks, all volcanoes: Shira, Kibo and Mawenzi. It is known for its breathtaking ice cap at the summit, which explorer Johannes Rebmann had seen in 1848, initially wondering if it was clouds. Doomed to completely disappear by 2050, the snow on Kilimanjaro will live on forever in the books of Hemingway, Kessel and Jules Verne. The mountain, home to Maasai herders and Chaga growers, is prized by thousands of hikers who climb it while enjoying the incredible diversity of its fauna and its flora.

 

The Line has depicted the silhouette from the Tanzanian-Kenyan border, at the North of the Summit.

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Truly the Roof of Africa, Kilimanjaro is a mountain made up of three main peaks, all volcanoes: Shira, Kibo and Mawenzi. It is known for its breathtaking ice cap at the summit, which explorer Johannes Rebmann had seen in 1848, initially wondering if it was clouds. Doomed to completely disappear by 2050, the snow on Kilimanjaro will live on forever in the books of Hemingway, Kessel and Jules Verne. The mountain, home to Maasai herders and Chaga growers, is prized by thousands of hikers who climb it while enjoying the incredible diversity of its fauna and its flora.

 

The Line has depicted the silhouette from the Tanzanian-Kenyan border, at the North of the Summit.

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