The Nevado Condoriri is a mountain chain of the Cordillera Real.
The central part of the Nevado Condoriri is formed by three peaks which resemble a condor with wings spread. The Cabeza de Condor (5'648 m/the head of the condor), the Ala Izquierda (5'542 m/left wing) and the Ala Derecha (5'482 m/right wing).
First ascent: April 1940 by Wilfrid Kühm (Austrian)
Bolivia 2007, Valle de Zongo.
The stamp shows a view from the Laguna Chiar Khota.
The stamp was issues in the series "Views of the 9 Bolivian Departments".
The Ala Izquierda (left wing) is not visible. The mountain above the letters La Paz is a ridge towards Pico Austria, which is located more at the left.
Bolivia 2014, Nevado Condoriri.
The stamp was issued in the series "Mountains of Bolivia".