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Kathmandu is the capital city of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, the largest Himalayan state in Asia

CountryNepal
Languages SpokenNepali, Hindi, English
CurrencyNepalese Rupee
Area49.45 kmĀ²
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Thickly vegetated hills, lush green valleys, authentic villages, welcoming hospitality and breathtaking Himalayan views are what await you in Nagarkot, the premiere Hill Station on the Kathmandu Valley Rim. Situated above the Kathmandu Valley to the north of the city at an altitude of 2300 meter this quaint Hill Stations is the ideal place to get away, enjoy the fresh air, soak up the mountain views and discover Nepal's rich rural culture.

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