10 Highest Peaks in the World

ANNAPURNA

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This mountain is part of the Himalayas in Nepal and it stands around 8,091 meters above the sea level. It is a Sanskrit name and it means ‘full of food’. Well, that sounds tempting doesn’t it? Usually though, the name is translated into ‘Goddess of the Harvests’. Annapurna in Hinduism is the kitchen Goddess. There are many other peaks in this region and these are considered one of the most dangerous to climb.