Cerro Duida

Cerro Duida, also known as Cerro Yennamadi, is a very large tepui in Amazonas state, . It has an uneven and heavily inclined plateau, rising from highs of around 1,300–1,400 metres in the north and east to a maximum of 2,358 metres on its southwestern rim.
3.4132° or 3° 24' 47.6" north
-65.6663° or 65° 39' 58.8" west
2358 metres (7736 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 4689281610
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Cerro Duida
  • Chinese: 杜伊達峰
  • Dutch: Cerro Duida
  • Egyptian Arabic: جبل سيرو دويدا
  • French: Cerro Duida
  • Spanish: Duida
  • Meseta Duida
  • Meseta del Cerro Duida

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