File:Baltoro glacier from air.jpg

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English: Aerial View of the Baltoro Glacier towards Concordia with Gasherbrum IV and Gasherbrum I on the left, Baltoro Kangri and Chogolisa on the upper right ; Mitre Peak is right in the center (where the glacier turns left while flowing down).
Українська: Льодовик Балторо з висоти
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Author Guilhem Vellut from Paris
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