An·na·pur·na (ăn′ə-prnə, -pûr-)
A massif of the Himalaya Mountains in north-central Nepal. It rises to 8,091 m (26,545 ft) at Annapurna I in the west. Annapurna II, in the east, is 7,937 m (26,040 ft) high.
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