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English: Glacier at summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. This is the Furtwängler Glacier which has been rapidly disappearing, having lost a third of its thickness between 2000 and 2006.
Deutsch: Blick vom Uhuru Peak (Gipfel des Kibo) über den Rest des Furtwängler-Gletschers zum Nordeisfeld, die größte zusammenhängende Eisfläche am Kibo.
Date 14 August 2003
Source Photo by Yosemite.
Author Yosemite.

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