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Iztaccíhuatl Iztaccihuatl is a majestic dormant volcanic mountain located in Mexico. It is the third highest peak in the country, standing proudly at 5,230 meters above sea level. The mountain’s four snow-capped peaks depict the head, chest, knees, and feet of a sleeping woman, thus attributing to its unique name. The Iztaccihuatl mountain is part …

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Iztaccíhuatl: The Peak of Mexican Ecstasy & Heartbreak

Standing proudly at 17,160 feet (5,230 m), Iztaccíhuatl boasts the third highest peak in Mexico. Like some of the largest mountains in Mexico, such as Popocatépetl and La Malinche, Iztaccíhuatl is a volcano (now extinct) in the center of the country. It is one of the few remaining mountains in Mexico to have a peak …

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