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Tirich Mir of Chitral Valley | by IshtiaQ Ahmed revival to Photography
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Tirich Mir of Chitral Valley

With the height of 7,708 meters, Tirich Mir is the highest mountain in the Hindu Kush Range, the highest mountain outside the Himalayan Karakoram Range.



It dominates the Chitral Valley as a blinding-white wall. It is still believed that the summit of the Tirich Mir is haunted by Demons and Fairies guarding the purest places, beyond the polluting reach of mankind.



View of Tirich Mir, as seen from the Mastuj Fort Ruins, Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa, Pakistan

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Taken on June 14, 2012