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Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Kusma Gyadi Suspension Bridge, Nepal

In need of adventure? Kusma - Gyadi suspension bridge in Nepal is 344 meters long and 117 meters high. Fancy a walk in the clouds? Photo by Basu Dahal.

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Mount Everest - 20 sights that will remind you how incredible Earth is (Part 2)

Here's an unusual picture of a rock cairn - unusual in the sense that Mount Everest is in the background! Now that I think of it, MAYBE the custom of stacking rocks in this very Zen fashion originated in Nepal.

Kusma-Gyadi bridge, Nepal. Catenary suspension footbridge, crossing 117 meters above the Madi River with a span of 344 meters. Completed in early 2010.

Kushma Bridge: Kushma is home to the longest suspension bridge in Nepal. It is high and 334 m long.

Fewa lake at Pokhara, Nepal

To get the pleasure of naturally beautiful places like this, you must visit Pokhara, Nepal.

Himalaya, Nepal

Himalayan Gold (Pharilapche m) Nepal, Everest region, view from the Tengboche m) to Pharilapche Peak m) Copyright : Anton Jankovoy

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Young woman carrying backpack at Annapurna circuit in Nepal

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

View of Mount Everest from Rongbuk Monastery (at 4976 metres above sea level) in Nepal.

03 Mount Everest North Face and Rongbuk Monastery Morning Everest North Face glistens in the morning sun with Rongbuk Monastery in t.

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Billedbank | Børnenes U-landskalender 2015

Looking down on to the village from the highest airport in the world | Namche Bazaar, Solukhumbu, Sagarmatha, Nepal (by Sarah Brennan)

Looking down onto the village of Namche Bazaar from the highest airport in the world with Kongde Ri peak in the background, Sagarmatha Zone of north-eastern Nepal. The most incredible, scary thing I ever did was to fly into this airport.

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