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Mount Kesa

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Mount Kesa

Just beyond, the travellers suddenly found themselves opposite a remarkable rock, two hundred and eighty feet high, called Mount Kesa, which rises perpendicularly from the centre of the stream. This rock is greatly venerated by the natives, who believe it to be the favourite home of a beneficent genius.

Author
Project Gutenberg's Celebrated Travels and Travellers, by Jules Verne Published 1881
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596*860
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