Slovenian disabled mountain-climber reached the highest European peak

Ljubljana, 22 July - ALPINISM/EXPLOIT
The Slovenian mountain-climber, 38 year old disabled Mirko Lebar from Ložnice by Žalec finished a historical climb yesterday. Accompanied by 9 Slovenian mountain-climbers he successfully conquered the peak of the highest European mountain, the 4807 meter high Mont Blanc.

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