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snow-capped

  
   adj   cubierto de nieve, nevado
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Enter the snow-capped forest of fortune in Siberian Storm. Adéntrate en el bosque nevado de la fortuna en Siberian Storm.
The valley is irrigated by the thawing waters of the snow-capped Piturisay peak. Su valle es regado con las aguas de los deshielos del nevado Piturisay.
Mexico City lies at an average height of 2,310 meters above sea level and is surrounded by mountains and snow-capped volcanoes. México se encuentra a una altura media de 2310 metros y está rodeada de montañas y volcanes cubiertos de nieve.
An East glowing with the soft light of lanterns; and a West radiant with snow-capped Christmas trees. El tenue resplandor de los farolillos evoca la grandeza de Oriente; los abetos cubiertos de nieve nos remiten a un Occidente sublime.
There are volcanoes of all sizes, shapes and types. Active, dormant, snow-capped. Hay volcanes de todos los tamaños, formas y tipos. En actividad, pasivos, con nieves eternas.
The snow-capped mountain Artesonraju can be climbed in five days leaving from Huaraz. El nevado Artesonraju se escala en cinco días partiendo de Huaraz.
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