Cerro Tres Kandú
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|Cerro Tres Kandú|
|Elevation||842 m (2,762 ft) |
|Listing||Country high point|
|Location||General Garay, Guairá Department, Paraguay|
Cerro Tres Kandú or Cerro Peró (Tres Kandu or Perõ in the Guaraní language) is a peak and the highest point of Paraguay, with an elevation of 842 meters (2,762 ft). It is located in the municipality of General Eugenio Garay, Guairá Department, in a hill range named Ybytyruzú.
This hill was important for the Armed Forces of Paraguay because it was a strategic location to place the army repeater or radio-link for their communication. The national electrical company (ANDE) had also mounted its radiocommunication repeater on this hill. Today these installations are abandoned.
- "Cerro Pero" Peakery.com. Retrieved 2013-02-18.
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