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4th Battalion Of The Kumaon Regiment

Himalayan Peaks (Broad Peak)

     Himalayan Peaks (Broad Peak)


Issue date : 19/05/1988

  Issue by : India

About : 

The Post and Telegraph Department Issue postage stamps and first day cover of K2 Broad Peak On 19/05/1988.

  • Broad Peak Himalayan Peak lies on the Pakistan and China countries border. 

  • Broad Peak Himalayan mountain 12th highest mountain in the's hight is  8047 meter. 



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