Illimani


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Il·li·ma·ni

 (ē′yē-mä′nē)
A mountain, 6,439 m (21,125 ft) high, in the Andes of western Bolivia southeast of La Paz.

Illimani

(Spanish iʎiˈmani)
n
(Placename) a mountain in W Bolivia, in the Andes near La Paz. Height: 6882 m (22 580 ft)

I•lli•ma•ni

(ˌi yiˈmɑ ni)

n.
a mountain in W Bolivia, in the Andes, near La Paz. 21,188 ft. (6458 m).
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Noun1.Illimani - a mountain peak in the Andes in Bolivia (21,201 feet high)Illimani - a mountain peak in the Andes in Bolivia (21,201 feet high)
Bolivia, Republic of Bolivia - a landlocked republic in central South America; Simon Bolivar founded Bolivia in 1825 after winning independence from Spain
Andes - a mountain range in South America running 5000 miles along the Pacific coast
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Del mismo modo, en el pasado dichos cerros y apachetas tuvieron una vinculacion regional, pues fueron intermediarios frente a los volcanes Taapaca, Tacora, Sajama e Illimani, entre otros (Choque y Pizarro, 2013).
Within its boundaries, Illimani is one of the poorest and most densely populated areas.
Ya no utilizan el charango, el bombo, la quena y la zampona que identificaron a los grupos de la nueva cancion de los setenta y ochenta como Inti Illimani (1967-), Quilapayun (1965-) y al grupo de rock fusion Los Jaivas (1962).
Mas bien, lo que el consumo de Matias destaca es la fascinacion que genera en el la musica extranjera, la que se opone a la musica sin aura de cantantes chilenos y latinoamericanos como Violeta Parra, Victor Jara, Mercedes Sosa, Silvio Rodriguez, Quilapayun o Inti Illimani.
En Imagenes pacenas, Jaime Saenz abre el libro con la foto de esta mistica montana que es el simbolo nacional por excelencia: "En el Illimani se esta--es algo que no se mira".
La fabbrica' was composed a few days after 11 September 1973, following a concert in Milan of the Chilean group Inti Illimani, who performed in tears commenting on the news of Pinochet's golpe.
The cable line links the capital La Paz with the nearby city of El Alto, through the high Andes mountains, offering views of the snow-capped Illimani, one of Bolivia's highest peaks.
The cable line connects the capital La Paz with the nearby city of El Alto, through the high Andes mountains, offering stunning views of the snow-capped Illimani, one of Bolivia's highest peaks.
En Iguazu Iris, iguana impia, irreverente, cual inca del Inti Illimani insistio en imitar las iluminadas iglesias ingiriendo infinidad de inclitos insectos iridiscentes, incandescentes.
Illimani, Wayna Potosi, Chachakumani, Kunturiri, Illampu constituyen los nombres de los nevados que estan presentes en la mayor parte de las oraciones y letanias aymaras tanto en las waxt'as, mesas ceremoniales, como en las ch'allas (libaciones) e incluso en las consultas a la hoja de coca.
CD Two has the An Embrace of Hope show from Santiago, Chile, in 1990, which featured Inti Illimani, Wynton Marsalis, Jackson Browne and Sinead O'Connor singing a wonderful rendition of Nothing Compares 2 U.
The road to our hotel, The Camino Real Suites, was beginning to come to life as the sun rose over the church spires and buildings that were dwarfed by the snow-covered Mount Illimani.