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China–Nepal border

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China–Nepal border

The border between China and Nepal is the line of 1236 km in length, along the mountain range the Himalayas , northwest-southeast direction, separating the south of Xizang (Autonomous Region Tibet ), China , the territory of Nepal . This border is the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest .

The line extends between two borders triple China - Nepal - India , one in the west, the Nepalese district of Mahakali Zone . Passes through 9 more areas of Nepal, to the west, the other triple point with India in the area Mechi .

Its definition dates from the formation of the first kingdom of Nepal by the Gurkhas , in the eighteenth century. One of the most natural boundaries of the earth, due to the barrier Himalayas .



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