Nepal GEOGRAPHY

Geographically, Nepal is extremely important.

Mount Everest

There are around 125 ethnic groups making up 29 million, all living in the area of 55,348 square miles, or about the size of Arkansas. This is not including its area of water, which is made up of mostly rivers.

Nepal is located between China and India, and it is landlocked, which means that it doesn't have a coastline.

It contains the Himalayan Mountain range in the north and the flat river plain of the Ganges.

Probably the most important geographical feature in Nepal (let alone one of the most important in the world would be Mount Everest's peak (in the Himalayas). It is the highest point in the world. Nepal also holds another 7 of the highest peaks in the world. However, longest distance from bottom to top belongs to Mauna Kea, in Hawaii.

The country is made up of 25.4% forest and 28% agricultural land. The rest is the other stuff. The land is laced

All year, the country is cold: Extremely severe winters, and cool summers.

Credits:

Created with images by tpsdave - "nepal sunrise morning" • Mot the barber - "Mount Everest" • anantal - "Seti River" • Mapbox - "Nepal" • rapidtravelchai - "South Asia 121" • mckaysavage - "Nepal - Sagamartha Trek - 206 - Nupste and Everest from Kala Pattar" • nickcoulter - "wheat field crop" • Simon - "mont blanc blizzard forward"

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