Kangchenjunga Nepal Asia was believed to be the highest mountain in the world until 1852, and is w considered to be the second highest mountain in the world behind Mount Everst on the Himalayan Mountain Range in Asia. Kangchenjunga is located between Nepal and India in the Sikkim area. Kangchenjunga stands at 28, 169 feet tall, 8,586 m. Rivers bordering the Kangchenjunga Mountain are Tamur River to the west, and Lhonak Chu and Jongsang La, and to the east by the Teesta River. It is considered a sacred mountain by the people and it is to be respected as such by those who visit and climb it.
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