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Nepal’s mountaineering tourism highlighted at ‘Mountain World’ festival in Germany


KATHMANDU: ‘Mountain World’ festival has been organised at Cologne city of Germany today with an objective of bringing in foreign tourists by publicising Nepal’s touristic heritages.
The festival was organised on the occasion of special day of International Art and Culture Museum. The festival featured stalls providing information about tourism destinations, art and culture of different countries including Nepal as well as lifestyle of mountainous areas, Nepal’s different mountains and trekking routes.
Documentaries of touristic heritages of different countries including Nepal, Vietnam, Mongolia, Germany, Austria, Peru, Namibia, India and Iran were screened in the festival organised at the coordination of German-Nepal Friendship Association and Consulate General of Nepal in Cologne.
The festival is organised in every two years and matters of mountaineering tourism of Nepal were given high priority this year.
On the occasion, Chairperson of German-Nepal Friendship Association, Ram Pratap Thapa said that such type of festivals would help promote tourism in Nepal.
Similarly, Executive member of the Nepal Tourism Board, Awadhesh Kumar Das shed lights about the beauty of touristic destinations of all seven states of Nepal.
Nepali dish was offered to participants as well as dances portraying different culture and costumes of all seven states of Nepal were presented on the occasion.
More than 1,000 people had participated in the festival.

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