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Along with its neighbour Fitz Roy, the Cerro Torre is most iconic feature of the Patagonian Andes, spanning between Argentina and Chile. It is the highest peak of the Cerro Torre Group, with the other main peaks being Torre Egger (2,685m), Punta Herron (2,750m), and Aguja Standhardt (2,730m).
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