Hkakabo Razi

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Hka·ka·bo Ra·zi

 (kä′kə-bō rä′zē)
A mountain, 5,881 m (19,296 ft) high, of northern Myanmar (Burma) near the Chinese border. It is the highest peak in Southeast Asia.
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