Rumiñawi as seen from the lake Limpiopunku
|Elevation||4,721 m (15,489 ft)|
|Translation||stone eye (Quechua)|
Rumiñahui (// roo-mee-NYAH-wee, Kichwa rumi stone, rock, ñawi eye, face, "stone eye", "stone face", "rock eye" or "rock face", Hispanicized spelling Rumiñahui, Spanish pronunciation: [rumiˈɲawi]) is a dormant, heavily eroded stratovolcano 4,721 metres (15,489 ft) above sea level. Situated in the Andes mountains 40 km south of Quito, Ecuador, it is overshadowed by its famous neighbour Cotopaxi.
- Kichwa Yachakukkunapa Shimiyuk Kamu (Ministry of Education, Ecuador)
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