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A picture taken on September 16, 2010, shows the Mont-Blanc in the French Alps. The new height of Mont Blanc, which lies on the three-way border between France, Italy and Switzerland, is now 4,810.45 metres (15,782.3 feet), just over half that of Nepal's Everest but still the tallest Alpine peak, having lost 45 cm within the last two years. At right, are the Dome du Gouter and the Mont Maudit.     AFP PHOTO / JEAN-PIERRE CLATOT (Photo credit should read JEAN-PIERRE CLATOT/AFP/Getty Images)
A picture taken on September 16, 2010, shows the Mont-Blanc in the French Alps. The new height of Mont Blanc, which lies on the three-way border between France, Italy and Switzerland, is now 4,810.45 metres (15,782.3 feet), just over half that of Nepal's Everest but still the tallest Alpine peak, having lost 45 cm within the last two years. At right, are the Dome du Gouter and the Mont Maudit.     AFP PHOTO / JEAN-PIERRE CLATOT (Photo credit should read JEAN-PIERRE CLATOT/AFP/Getty Images)

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