General information on Nepal
The Kingdom of Nepal in Southern Asia offers a great interplay of impressive nature and culture. The official national language Nepali is descended from ancient Idian language called Sanskrit, the so-called „language of the gods“ in which all important Hindu's scriptures were written. Nepali is related very closely to North-Indian languages like Hindi or Bengali. Nepali is one of the most eastern Indo - European languages – to which also German belongs. The characters are also transformed to the Latin letters and thus Nepali is readable for us and also easy to learn.
On 147.181 squarekilometers, the multi-faceted Kingdom of Nepal, framed by Tibet in the north and India in the south, will take your breath away with spectacular Himalayan landscapes, historic temples and impressive art. In Nepal, after Tibet the highest situated country in the world, a visit of the 45 million year old Himalaya is mandatory. The Mount Everest and 7 other of the 10 highest mountains in the world are located here. Also, the Kathmandu Valley is worth a visit. Here you will find one of the most famous Nepalese sights, the buddhist temple of Swayambhunath, also known as monkey temple. The holy river Bagmati flows picturesquely through the valley.
The historic places and golden temples of the biggest cities in the Kathmandu Valley, the capital Kathmandu and Patan, will take you to another world. In peaceful Pokhara, a village at the lake close to the mountains, you will find the opportunity to relax in the nationwide best accommodations and restaurants.
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