Mustang is the former Kingdom of Lo and now part of Nepal. Mustang is situated on the Tibetan Plateau and the main feature of Mustang is the Kali Gandaki River.
The river runs southward towards the Terai, bisecting Mustang. In the west of Mustang is situated the Mustang Himal, southwest the Sandachhe Himal, in the east the Mustangbhot Himal and Damodar Himal and in the south the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himal.
Nepal 1978, upper Mustang.
Nepal 2008, upper Mustang.
Nepal 2013, Lo Manthang Durbar.
Lo Manthang (3'800 m), the capital city of the former Kingdom of Lo was constructed during the 15th Century and is surrounded by a six metres high earthen wall.
Among the oldest monuments found within the walls are the palace and monasteries of Jampa Lakhang, Thupchen Lakhang and Choede Lakhang.