Manang landscape
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Caption: Manang landscape
Photo by: Nabin Baral
Date: October 2007
Place: Gangapurna Glacial Lake, Manang, Nepal
Altitude: 3518 m.
Lat/Long: 28d 39m 51.69s N; 84d 01m 01.82s E
Description: Gangapurna glacial lake from glacier view point in Manang. Manang, a mystical Himalayan District of Nepal, preserves itself within the largest protected area of Nepal, Annapurna Conservation Area. Manang Valley - indigenous people prefer to say Nyeshang Valley 8211; is a combination of scenic grandeur and biodiversity with multicultural and multiethnic dimensions. This valley is largely occupied by Buddhists, and in some parts, Bon Po believers who worship nature as God.