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==Cities==
 
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* [[Baitadi]]
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* [[Bandipur]]
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* [[Butwal]]
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* [[Diktel]]
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* [[Ghaleghon]]
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* [[Gorkha]]
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* [[Kaskikot]]
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* [[Haleshi]] (Tibetan: ''Maratika'') - the location of a site sacred to Tibetan Buddhists
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* [[Ilam]]
 
* [[Pokhara]]
 
* [[Pokhara]]
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* [[Tangting]]
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* [[Tansen]]
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* [[Taplejung]]
  
 
==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
  
* [[Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve]]
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* [[Dang-Deukhuri]] - Lowland valleys in western Nepal inhabited by Tharus who have a very distinctive culture.
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* [[Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve]] - Large east-west valley south of the western Dhaulagiri Range. It connects the far western Karnali-Bheri basin that is the birthplace of the Nepali language (and probably its rulers) to the Gandaki basin that they migrated into before unifying the country.  This is also a trekking gateway to the far west, the Dhaulagiri Range, and to Dolpa and other high valleys with Tibetan culture beyond the Dhaulagiris.
 
* [[Khaptad National Park]]
 
* [[Khaptad National Park]]
  

Revision as of 15:58, 23 November 2010

The Middle Hills are a hill range in Nepal, split between the Himalayas and the Tarai Mountain Range.

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  • Dang-Deukhuri - Lowland valleys in western Nepal inhabited by Tharus who have a very distinctive culture.
  • Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve - Large east-west valley south of the western Dhaulagiri Range. It connects the far western Karnali-Bheri basin that is the birthplace of the Nepali language (and probably its rulers) to the Gandaki basin that they migrated into before unifying the country. This is also a trekking gateway to the far west, the Dhaulagiri Range, and to Dolpa and other high valleys with Tibetan culture beyond the Dhaulagiris.
  • Khaptad National Park

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