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Now I know what is names of these mountains
The rocky pyramid to the left is the Mall de Rius (2631 meters) and the wide rocky peak to its right is the Tuc de Sarrahèra (2645 meters. Thanks Eza ;-)

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ezaCould you...

eza

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give me an idea of your position when taking the picture? What direction were you looking to (north/south/east/west)?
Posted Nov 24, 2008 10:21 am

Konrad SusRe: Could you...

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This shot was taken from village Casau above Viella, to south - east, i find another photo of peaks in http://www.panoramio.com/photo/10036344
Posted Nov 24, 2008 1:43 pm

ezaRe: Could you...

eza

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You were quite right when thinking about the Tuca de Betrén, for it's placed in that area. But it can't be seen in this picture (it would be left of that rocky pyramid in the background). The rocky pyramid to the left is the Mall de Rius (2631 meters) and the wide rocky peak to its right is the Tuc de Sarrahèra (2645 meters)
Posted Nov 26, 2008 5:17 am

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