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The Jugal Himal is situated between the Langtang Himal in the west and the Rolwaling Himal in the east. (The Jugal Himal has been considered often to be part of the Langtang Himal).

Its highest summit is the Shishapangma at 8'027 m, which is situated close to the Nepalese border, but entirely within Chinese territory.

 

Nepal 2001 Loenpo Gang stamp

Nepal 1994, Jugal Himal.
The stamp is showing likely Dorje Lapka (6'669 m) and the Phurbi Chyachu (6'658 m) in the centre below the wings of the plane. 

 

Nepal 2001Dorje Lapka Jugal Himal stamp timbre Briefmarke francobolli

Nepal 2001, Dorje Lapka at 6'966 m, seen from southwest direction.

 

Nepal 2011, Panch Pokhari.
The stamp issued in the series "Visit Nepal".  

 Panch Pokhari it is pilgrimage place for Hindus and it has five holy ponds at the height of 4100 m.
The top of Panch Pokhari (4'100m) offers an excellent view of Jugal Himal Range and Rolwaling Range.

 

 

 

 

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