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The Himalayas are located on the continent of Asia, extending up to 1,500 miles, equivalent to 2,410 km, from the Indus River in Pakistan through India, Nepal, China, Bhutan and Tibet to the southern bend of the Brahmaputra River in southeast Tibet. The name of the Himalayas refers to a land Ice, which consists mostly of metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, and the Himalayan mountain ranges also include Mount Everest, which is located on the border between the states of Nepal and China, and is the highest mountain in the world, with a height of 29,029 feet; that is, equivalent to 8,848 meters, and the Himalayas include more than 50 mountains more than 23 feet high; That is equivalent to 7 meters, and the population of the Himalayas is 52.7 million.
The location of the Himalayas in China
Located on the southwestern border of China with Nepal, Bhutan and India, the Himalayas form the Tibetan plateau, also called the Himalayas.
Himalayan site of Nepal
Mount Everest, which is the highest peak in the world, is located in the Solokhombo region in Nepal. Nepal also includes many Himalayan rivers such as
Gandaki, Kosi, and Karnali.
Himalayas site in Pakistan
The Himalayas are located to the east and south of the Indus River, and span three Pakistani provinces inhabited by Muslims. The Himalayan region of Pakistan is characterized by pine forests and grassy meadows.
The location of the Himalayas in India
The Himalayas in India span several states such as Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Uttarakhand, apart from hill areas in West Bengal and Assam.
Geography of the Himalayas
The Himalayas consist of four parallel ranges, which are the northern group called the Himalayas, the northern group that is divided into the smaller Himalayas with a height of 470 to 2,130 meters, and the Great Himalayas which are the main range in the series of chains, covering most of the snow, and also includes the highest peaks , With an average height of 6,100 meters, and finally the southernmost Himalayan range, which ranges from 1,520 to 610 meters.