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Hola, I would like to write a new article about this super beautiful Rainbow Mountain (wow!!!) in Peru. From googlemaps I get this GPS coordinates: -13.869534, -71.30296. Then I found that this place is just on the north side of Hatun Rit'iyuq mountain, and I guess that probably the "Rainbow Mountain" (in spanish: "Montana Arcoiris" or "Cerro Colorado") is just a touristic name for it. So maybe it's better to improve the Hatun Rit'iyuq than create a new Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain (it could be a redirect). What do you think? (Please ping me) --Holapaco77 (talk) 08:52, 17 December 2016 (UTC)
@Holapaco77:It appears that Vinicunca or possibly Willkacunca is the Quechua name for the place, which is distinct from the peak of Hatun Rit'iyuq. Whether you want to start a new article or not is up to you. However, it makes no sense to mix the original Quechua name with the newly invented English name, even as a redirect. Finding reliable sources on the Internet for this place seems challenging. Cobblet (talk) 16:20, 17 December 2016 (UTC)
I'm looking for a collaborator to join me in working on Draft:Disability in Peru. As I don't know Spanish I'm limited to using only sources in English. Perhaps you can help find and use sources published in Peru itself. The draft's talk page contains a list of possible sources that I have found so far. Roger (Dodger67) (talk) 13:41, 17 January 2017 (UTC)