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English: Machapuchare or Machhaphuchhare (माछापुछ्रे) "Fish Tail" in English, is a mountain in the Annapurna Himal of north central Nepal. It is revered by the local population as particularly sacred to the god Shiva, and hence is off limits to climbing. Machapuchare has an elevation of 6,993 metres (22,943 ft).
Français : Machapuchare est une montagne de l'Himalaya au Népal.
This is a photo of a natural site in Nepal identified by the IDNP-KAS-18
|Location||Gandaki Zone, Western Region, Nepal|
|Elevation above sea level|