My Tibet Story: I wrote a book about the roof of the world

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    For more: Mount #Qomolangma, the world’s highest peak, is a dream destination for all mountain lovers, but only a few have the chance to summit. Luciano Caminati, a high-altitude hiker from #Italy, has taken on several climbs but said only the two treks in #Tibet have deeply marked him. Climbing Mount Qomolangma not only made his dream come true but also inspired him to write novels. Among the pictures he took and the indelible memories he recalled, the atmosphere and culture of the fascinating place unfolds.

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