Namcha Barwa

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Namcha Barwa

Namcha Barwa is a 7,782 metres (25,531 ft) mountain in the Himalayas range, in Tibet.[1] It is the 28th highest mountain in the world. From 1976 to 1992, it was the highest unclimbed mountain on Earth.[2][3] The first people to reach the top were Kazuo Yamamoto, Hiroshi Aota, Atsushi Yamamoto, Jiabu, Chirenduoji, and Biamba Zaxi, in 1992.[4][5]

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