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'''Mount Everest''' is the world's tallest mountain.  It straddles the border of [[China]] and [[Nepal]] and can be visited from either side:
 
'''Mount Everest''' is the world's tallest mountain.  It straddles the border of [[China]] and [[Nepal]] and can be visited from either side:
  
* [[Khumbu]] (Sagarmatha National Park), the region on the Nepalese (southern) side of the mountain
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* [[Khumbu]] (Sagarmatha National Park), the more commonly visited region on the Nepalese (southern) side of the mountain
* [[Qomolangma National Nature Reserve]], the nature reserve on the Chinese (northern) side
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* [[Qomolangma]], the less visited nature reserve on the Tibetan (northern) side
  
 
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Mount Everest is the world's tallest mountain. It straddles the border of China and Nepal and can be visited from either side:

  • Khumbu (Sagarmatha National Park), the more commonly visited region on the Nepalese (southern) side of the mountain
  • Qomolangma, the less visited nature reserve on the Tibetan (northern) side


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