Definition of Illimani
1. Noun. A mountain peak in the Andes in Bolivia (21,201 feet high).
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Literary usage of Illimani
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Central and South America by Augustus Henry Keane, Clements Robert Markham (1901)
"and its proud rival Illimani (22500), which also terminates in three snowy peaks. The " Pic de Paris," one of the lower crests of ..."
2. The Bolivian Andes: A Record of Climbing & Exploration in the Cordillera by William Martin Conway (1901)
"The topography of Illimani is so complicated that, at the risk of repetition, I must describe more particularly the route which we were taking. ..."
3. Panama to Patagonia: The Isthmian Canal and the West Coast Countries to by Charles Melville Pepper (1906)
"... and Aymaras — First Sight of the Famed Illimani Peaks — Characteristics of the Indian Life — Responsibility of the Priesthood — Position of the Women ..."
4. Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon by William Lewis Herndon, Lardner Gibbon (1854)
"There is snow on the mountains in all directions, the Illimani appearing high up in the east. Three vicunas were pasturing with some sheep near our path. ..."
5. Views of Nature: Or, Contemplations on the Sublime Phenomena of Creation by Alexander von Humboldt, Elise C. Otté, Henry George Bohn (1850)
"A sketch of the Illimani, as it appears in all its majesty from La Paz, was given at an earlier date by Mr. Pentland in the Journal of the Royal ..."
6. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Élisée Reclus (1894)
"Although it is now known to be overtopped by Illampu, Illimani, ... At the foot of Illimani the Cordillera Real is interrupted by a deep fluvial valley, ..."