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Mount Everest was named after the British engineer Sir George Everest and is the world's highest mountain. He determined the geographical coordinates and the height of the mountain in 1841. You can climb the mountain from Nepal or Tibet. Mount Everest's peak is 8,848 metres above sea level.
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