If real estate agents in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu has it in the same way with mountain views, as their Danish colleagues have a sea view, as there is these days a part listings should be directed to.
the Capital's inhabitants has, in fact, for the first time in many years the received view to the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest. This, despite the fact that the mountain is over 200 kilometers from Kathmandu.
the Photographer Abhushan Gautam from Nepali Times has perpetuated the view from the Kathmandudalen on an image, which has since been shared on Twitter.
Here is the Himmalayas peaks hard to miss, but it does require, however, a trained eye to spot Mount Everest. The following Twitter lookup has therefore helped the viewer a little on the way.
It writes BT.
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The reduction of vehicular emissions due to the #COVID19 lockdown has cleaned the air over Nepal and northern India. So much so that for the first time in many years, Mt #Everest can be seen again from the Kathmandu Valley even though it is 200km away. More: https://t.co/QA1DEJC2rQ pic.twitter.com/tOAANdwB58— Everest Today (@EverestToday) May 15, 2020
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the Nepali Times writes that a possible reason for the prospect can be less air pollution in the capital city.
the Country has, like many others, chose to close the society down under coronaepidemien, and according to the medium has the fol.a. got the sale of gasoline to decrease significantly.
the Shutdown has, however, first appeared in the statistics on air pollution in the end of april, when the forest fires caused much pollution of Kathmandu in the beginning of the month.
Kathmandu is far from the only one to experience declining air pollution in this time. Tuesday was a new study published, which, according to BT found that CO2 emissions worldwide have decreased by 17 percent compared to last year.
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