The south end of India
At the southern end of the Indian Peninsula the mountains of the Western Ghats separate the dry east coast of the peninsula from the humid Malabar Coast on the west side. The Anai Mudi (2695m) in the Cardamom Hills, the highest peak in southern India can be seen in the foreground. The humid west coast and mountain parts are famous for the spices grown there.
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