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The Geographical Marvel: Understanding Mount Everest

 The Geographical Marvel: Understanding Mount Everest Mount Everest's Location and Neighboring Peaks Mount Everest, the crowning jewel of the Himalayan range, stands as a sentinel between Nepal and Tibet, an autonomous region of China. Precisely located at approximately 27.9881° N latitude and 86.9250° E longitude, Everest is situated within the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. This imposing peak forms part of the larger Himalayan mountain system, a vast stretch of formidable terrain that spans across five countries: India, Nepal, Bhutan, China, and Pakistan. In proximity to Everest lie other notable peaks that contribute to the breathtaking panorama of the region. The Khumbu region, which cradles Everest, is home to an array of formidable summits, each with its unique charm and challenges. Lhotse, the fourth-highest mountain globally, stands proudly beside Everest, sharing its base camp and presenting a formidable challenge for climbers. Nuptse, with its sharp ridges and steep