Tamang Heritage Langtang Trek Cost for 2024 and 2025

Trip Overview
  • Duration 13 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionTamang Village and Culture
  • Maximum Altitude4700 Meters
  • Best TimeApril-May-June, September-October-November

Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking is a cultural hike that delivers the guests a close up experience of the Tamang villagers' distinctive culture, traditions, norms and way of life. These 15 days journey takes you to an environment rich in both culture and nature, where you will be familiar with the customs of the main inhabitants of the region and take in the never disappearing natural magnificence of the Himalayas. 

The 13 days of Tamang heritage & langtang valley trek leads through the real living villages of the Tamangs, where their unique culture, art, traditions and religious significance have stayed strong since the old times. 

The trip takes 13 days to finish. Within the 13 days you will receive a wilderness adventure taste along with the culture on the great mountains, open fields, rhododendron trees and tamang people.  The area also shows off its rich flora and fauna with the presence of different and rare wildlife species , like red pandas, leopards, musk deer and black bears.

The path you will be travelling is mostly located between the green forests with rhododendrons trees being the majority of them. Still there are other Flora and fauna which includes various species of plants, butterflies and birds to bless your eyes. 

Tamang Heritage Trail trek Excursion can easily be combined with the Langtang valley trek. Thus, the unify trip proposes an opportunity to interact with locals living near the Tamang heritage and Langtang path. In addition, You can also find out about their traditions, language, and craftworks as you detour around and through beautiful villages mainly colonised by the Tamangs and people from Tibetan descent. 

The lower villages where you start your adventure, like Gatlang, Tatopani, Thuman, and Briddim, are the residential areas of Tamangs. Similarly, after reaching the village of Langtang and its monastery at Kyangjin, the people who reside there are of Tibet heritage. The walk includes lovely rhododendron trees and great views of the Langtang mountain ranges.

This walk is great for kids and older folks, so it's a good pick for families or students who want to ramble in Nepal. You can now book for 2024 and 2025. If you have any questions about the Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking, please feel free to contact us.

Tamang Heritage Trekking Highlights

  • Sacred Tibetan Cultures
  • Flora and fauna
  • Rare and Endangered Species
  • Tamang communities and their cultures
  • Woodlands and dense forest
  • Plateaued grasslands
  • Rhododendron trees and birds
  • Buddhist cultural values
  • Old and preserved monasteries
  • Parvati Kunda, a sacred lake
  • Cultural and traditional houses
  • Homestay in Tamang community 
  • Tamang foods and Hospitality
  • Stunning ice caved peaks
  • Local village and community
  • Glorifying panoramic view of the Himalayas
  •  Manaslu Massif
  • Ganesh Himal
  • Langtang peak
  • Jugal Himal

What to Await With Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking?

You can expect to discover new things daily while visiting these parts of the Langtang region in Nepal. During your 13 days culturally and naturally enriching escapade to Tamang heritage and Langtang Valley, you can live with local culture in Tamang villages or see amazing mountain views at Langtang Valley. You will have fun learning about the area's rich culture and beautiful nature in two weeks while staying in a small village. 

You will also go to unique monasteries with their holy energy. The trip is great for adventure and educating oneself about culture, creating memories that won't be forgotten in the heart of Nepal. 

This voyage to Langtang Valley gives you a full mountain familiarity with little risk. Go to old valleys and experience the Tamang culture, old Tibetan culture, traditions, norms, and beliefs. Stay near lovely mountains and streams with cold waters from glaciers while you carry it out. 

History Of Tamang living

The Tamang people are a native tribal group in Nepal who use the Tibeto-Burmese language. In Nepal's history, the Tamang tribe moved from Tibet to make their homes in the beautiful Langtang area. There's an old song called "Gyanaka Games Phepkaziam'" which means 'came from China.' This song shows that Tamang is the oldest Yambu tribe to move from China to Nepal. The Tamang people, often called the Nepalese mountain dwellers, mostly shack up in the Langtang Valley. The Tibetan Buddhism and Animism practices strongly influence these locals.

Difference Between Gurung and Tamang 

Tamang Heritage Trekking is an ideal mixture of culture and nature in a single odyssey. Most people often get their hopes high to see the great culture of both Gurung and Tamang as they think of these two different ethnic groups as the same. What outsiders must know is that there is a huge Difference Between Gurung and Tamang. 

The Gurung people habituate mostly the middle and west. They are prominent for being brave, their strong military tradition of Gurkhas, and many interesting stories they tell. On the other hand, the Tamang community, which is common in mountain areas, has a culture influenced by Tibet. They also speak their language and celebrate colourful festivals.

Gurungs usually follow a mix of Buddhism and Bon traditions, but Tamangs mainly practice just Buddhism. Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking primarily includes activities mainly exhibiting the Tamang people's values, culture, and traditions along with the natural wonders of the Langtang region. 

Langtang Tamang Heritage Trail Trek Mountain Views

The Langtang Tamang Heritage Trail trek is an amalgamation of two different paths located in the Langtang national park area of Nepal. This protected zone is called 

mountainous landscape area as it boasts 68 named mountains ranging in  different elevation of 7000m, 6000, and 5000 m. The Langtang and Ganesh Himal mountain ranges extend across the park. You will get an amazing mountains views of the peaks like Langtang Lirung (7 227 m), Langtang Ri (7 205 m) , Dorje Lhakpa (6 966 m), Luri Himal (6 924 m), Gurkarpo Ri (6 891 m ), Ganchenpo (6 313 m), Kyunga Ri (6 601 m) etcs. 

Reach Highest Point- Ancient Kyanjin Gompa

Kyanjin Gompa at 3,860m is the maximal point we reach if we decide not to take an acclimatisation hike to Tsergo Ri (5033 m/16,500 ft). 

Kyanjin Gompa is a  280-300-year-old Buddhist monastery near the Langtang Mountain Range and south of Tibet. This upper part of the region is inhabited by the local Tamangs, who resemble Tibetans' culture, traditions, and lifestyles migrated from Tibet many years ago.

This beautiful destination promises an awe-inspiring sight of both unnamed and named mountains like  Dorje Lakpa, Gangchenpo, Ganjala Peak, Changbu, Morimoto, and many more. 

The valley named after the holy Buddhist monastery is also the Langtang Valley's highest human settlement. Nicknamed the Himalayan Valley, it provides you with great insight into the confluence of Tibetan Buddhist religious faith and its ancient heritage. 

Tatopani Hot Springs with a View

Tatopani Hot Springs is not about taking a simple bath in the large pools filled with big water. These natural fountains are frequented and loved for their high mineral content in the water. This gives many proven health benefits that have been studied thoroughly. 

This spring water, full of minerals, can help clean the body. It might also speed up your slow metabolism and make sore muscles feel better faster, which provides much-needed relief from the tiring trek during your Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking. This hydrothermal spring shows the beautiful and snowy alpine heights of the Himalayan ranges like Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri. 

Vibrant Tamang Villages, Heritage and Culture

Syabrubesi, Gatlang, Tatopani, Thuman, and Briddim are the prominent stops during your Langtang Tamang heritage trekking. These hamlets showcase their heritage culture, ethos, tradition, and lifestyles, deeply rooted in ancient Buddhism and Tibetan traditions. Not only are the Tamang people around these stops famous, but the houses built by them in a traditional architectural style are appealing too. The settlements in these main townlets consist of houses made up of stone, elaborately crafted wooden windows, and doors reflecting the Tamang heritage history, ideology, and arts. 

Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking Cost For 2024 and 2025 

1-1 Person cost will be USD 1100

2-6 Person cost will be USD 1050

7-12 Person cost will be USD 995

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 Our Airport Representative will meet you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. A drop to the Hotel by private tourist vehicle arranged BY THE hOTEL. You can either take a rest or meet us at our office and know the detailed arrangement of the Trek. B&B at the hotel.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

An early morning drive from Kathmandu to SyabruBesi, the starting point of the trek. The industry takes around eight hours and passes through rural lowland villages where you can observe the procession of an ordinary day. Scenic views of mountains and stretches of rolling hills also accompany you. Overnight stay at a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1467m

The trek commences with a hike that ascends for more than an hour and passes through Goljung village with scenic views of the mountain ranges keeping company. Ganesh, Gosaikunda, Langtang Lirung, and many others form a chain along with the underlying beautiful Goljung valley from the viewpoint. After lunch at Goljung village, we make our way to Gatlang, the beautiful Tamang village with stone houses, where we enjoy the traditional and cultural practices of the locals. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2238m

The trail descends to Thangbuchet, with the excellent company of mountain ranges in the backdrop. We stop for lunch here. The Chilime Hydropower dam is nearby. Crossing a suspension bridge, we climb to Tatopani, where you can enjoy bathing in the healing natural hot water springs. Overnight stay in a teahouse.

  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2607m

The trail ascends, passing through a dense alpine forest to Brimming, a small Tamang settlement. Further on, we walk for a few hours climbing to NagthaliDanda, where you can enjoy great views of Kerung, Ganesh, Langtang etc, and rest in the Gompa. We then move ahead to descend to Thuman, a traditional Tamang village with friendly and hospitable people. Overnight stay in a teahouse.


  • Teahouse
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2338m

We walk along the flat terrain and descend to Timure, just a few hours' walk from the border to Tibet. Further down the trail, we reach the Tibetan Buddhist village of Briddim. Briddim’s unique Tibetan culture and hospitality make up for a pleasant stay. We enjoy our evening meal with the host family and take part/observe the local traditions, culture, and lifestyle. You may also participate in a traditional dance with the locals.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2229m

Today’s journey is up and down through river banks and dense forests to Lama Hotel. First, we descend to GhopcheKhola and ascend through Rimche to fall again to the banks of Langtang River to reach the Lama hotel nearby. Overnight stay in a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2470m

After breakfast, we move on through a trail along with dense forests that ascends to GhodaTabela. Views of Langtang Ri and the Langtang The village is magnificent from here. As we move to the Langtang Village, prayer flags, Chortens, and water mills welcome us. Overnight stay at a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3430m

Leaving the village after breakfast, we move on through high pasture lands where yaks graze. Walking alongside the main walls and across wooden bridges, you can gain in elevation can be felt with the thinning air as we reach Kyanjin Gompa. Overnight stay in a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3870m

The trail back to Lama Hotel is mostly downhill. We pass through lush forests and rivers and come across a Tamang settlement much influenced by the cultural practices of the Tibetans. The five-hour walk ends at Lama Hotel, where we stay for the night.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 2470m

As we descend through the stretch of green on this last day of the trek, we enjoy the scenic beauty of the hilly terrain while walking along the Langtang River. The easy trail through bamboo and rhododendron forests takes around five hours to reach Syabrubesi, where we get towards the afternoon and rest. Overnight stay in a lodge.


  • Lodge
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1467m

It’s a scenic drive from Syabrubesi to Kathmandu. The journey takes over eight hours and passes small rural settlements which thicken once entering the periphery of Kathmandu. To celebrate the successful completion of the trip, Mountain Rock Treks has scheduled a dinner in a Nepali restaurant. You can also stroll around Thamel or head on for souvenir shopping in your free time.


  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Approx 7hrs
  • 1320m

We can arrange a drop from the hotel to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled flight in a private tourist vehicle. You can also opt for another package with us and move towards the next destination.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Free Day
  • 1320m

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Cost Details


  • Airport transfers - Pick up and drop.
  • 2 nights' accommodation in Kathmandu on BB base.
  • Entry permits fees to Shivapuri Wildlife Reserved and Langtang National Park.
  • One professional trekking guide as well as his necessary insurance fee, meals, and allowances.
  • one porter between two trekkers.
  • Three meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) while you are trekking.
  • Accommodation in tea house while you are on trek.
  • Ground transportation by public bus.


  • International airfare, Nepal Visa fee
  • Travel / medical insurance and emergency evacuation cost
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, alcoholic beverages, donations, tips, etc

Essential Info

What Permits Are Needed for Tamang Heritage Trail and Langtang Trek?

If you are a traveller from abroad, you must have different permits for Tamang Heritage Langtang trekking to get into the Langtang area. Similarly, visit nearby tourist activities like Gosaikunda Trekking and Helambu Circuit Trek. In that case, you are still required to obtain the Langtang National Park permit and Tims Card. 

TIMS card or A Trekkers Information Management System: This card costs rs 2000 per person, and you can get it with the help of your travel agent or by visiting the Nepal Tourism Board. This card helps keep you safe and secure when you are on a trip to the uplands.

Langtang National Park permit authorises you to enter Langtang National Park's premises. This permission costs NPR 1,500 (USD 12.50) for citizens from SAARC and NPR 3,000 (USD 25) for other foreign visitors. 

Best Time for Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking

Langtang tamang heritage trail trek in Nepal provides possibilities for treading all year long. This lets you pick the right time that works best with your schedule and Mountain Rock Treks will provide helpful resources to make sure you have a good travel. Our advice is to go for the best experience in Spring (March - May) or Autumn (September- November). This will give you a fun trip. These times are famous for giving the best walking and good weather.

Autumn Season:

The autumn season, flourishing in September, October, and November, is a great time for this year. Because of good autumny weather, this is the busiest time for hiking. When the rainy season ends, a good setting for hiking starts. The paths will not be wet and dirty anymore; they're in great shape now. During this time of year, you can clearly see the mountain peaks under bright blue skies. People who travel can now see Nepal's nature and culture. This season, the Hindu county becomes full of life with its main Hindu holidays and festivals like Dashain and Tihar. 

Spring Season: 

In Nepal, spring is one of the best times for weather. During this time, most climbers finish their tough mountain climbing expeditions successfully. Spring weather is also very steady. Beautiful views of nearby snowy mountains, like Tibet Peak. Also, Langtang II, Ganesh, and Manaslu are included. 

Langtang Lirung has a nice outlook as well. Starting from mid-March, it will get warmer. Then you can see blue skies and white mountains with snow on top during that time. For Langtang Valley and Tamang Heritage Trek, spring usually has good weather with constant temperatures.

Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking Difficultness

Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking is a moderate adventure with medium difficulty. We reach the highest point of Kyanjin Gompa at 3,860m if no acclimatisation hike is taken to Tsero Ri (5033 m). The path we start is the first Tamang village, Syabrusi, which sits at only 1467 m. 

The first three days of the class include a climb up more than 2,000 metres. There are many quick and long climbs along the way. The path goes up slowly through beautiful forests until day 6. 

On day seven, you leave behind the Tamang heritage trail and move forward to Lama Hotel occupied by the Lamas and Tamang, symbolising the Tibteain lifestyles.  This day might be difficult for some new to long walking trips. It's easier than some of the big hikes in Nepal, but it does have parts going up and down. 

Trek With Guide and Porter for Tamang Heritage Langtang Journey

Tamang Heritage Trail needs no exceptional restricted permission like in the limited zones. Still, you need to understand that this pathway was once an off-beat and prohibited land of Langtang. Therefore, trekking with a guide and porter is beneficial to traverse this once-restricted space and understand the never-predictable mountainous zone. 

Similarly, the terrain we will be crossing simply will not be easy. The route will be quite rugged, with the weather being unforeseeable. Experienced may manage to pass through this railway, but beginners may find it moderately challenging. Moreover, the people who live here only understand English and can only interpret Nepali or their native Tamang language. 

Hire a licensed guide and porter to minimise the language barrier and understand the topographies. Moreover, you are no longer allowed for an individual hike, so having these companions is a must since  April 1st, 2023.

Foods availableness

You might eat many different foods in the area because this path is often used. You can choose from many kinds of food, from usual mountain meals to dishes you usually like. 


At the tea houses, breakfast is served from 7 to 10 in the morning. This lets you start your day early. You might find Tibetan bread (which should be tasted once) and some kind of flatbread with jam or honey. Breakfast has many kinds of warm soup, pancakes, and cereal called oatmeal and muesli. You can also eat an egg mixture known as "omelettes."


After breakfast at the motel, we will eat lunch by 1 pm. For our meal, pick Dal Bhat, which has many carbs and is made in Nepal. This unending amount of cooked rice, soup made from lentils, curry with mixed vegetables, and pickles keeps you going all day. We have fried rice, spaghetti, and pizza to eat.


Sometimes, you need to eat at the hotel where you're staying. Dinner choices are the same as those given at lunchtime. Desserts like apple pie, rice pudding, and chocolate pudding should not be missed. 

Where to Stay: Accommodations During Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking

There are no big hotels. Instead, small local tea houses run by people there will be available for you to stay in. Before, tea houses were little wooden huts with rooms separated by wood blocks. But right now, a few really good tea spots are made with a modern touch. The room has 2-3 small beds, each with a clean mattress, pillow and blanket. In the cold season, you can get another blanket. But a sleeping bag is always useful. The rooms up to the Lama Hotel are good with extra amenities like Wifi, hot water shower, etc. But the place to stay after the lama Hotel and in Kyanjin Gompa isn't as great as it may be very basic. 

Altitude Sickness and Prevention

When doing the Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking, you will ascend to places like Kyanjn Gompa or Tsergo Ri. While climbing up, there is a chance you might have problems with altitude sickness. Since Kyanjin Gompa is around 3900 metres high and Tserko ri is at 5,033 m, getting sick from altitude may happen.

AMS impacts people differently and isn't always about exercise or past high-altitude experiences. At about 3000 metres above the sea, oxygen starts to get less. Height sickness, caused by quick height gain, makes it hard for people to travel on Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking. 

Some symptoms of this high-altitude illness include tiredness, cold, and headache. Similarly, the affected person may lack appetite and have an increased heart rate. 

What Will Happen If I Get Sick From High Altitude?

For many concerned wanderers, altitude sickness usually stays at the lowest level and does not develop into its higher form. A headache is the main and usually first sign of this sickness. Moreover, stop climbing forward if you feel a headache or other small signs. If you do this, your symptoms may not get worse and stay the same. 

How to Deal With it?

Here are some ways to deal with it below. 

Make a gradual ascend and go from a low place to somewhere higher than 2750 metres above sea level in one day. 

If possible, stay for a couple of days at 8000-9,00 feet as it allows your body to get used to less oxygen in the air.

Don't drink alcohol or do hard work for at least the first 48 hours once you reach a height above 2,438 metres.

Stay well hydrated by drinking lots of fluids. 

Some medicines can stop mountaintop sickness quickly and help you get used to high places faster.

Possible Side Trips around Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking

Langtang Valley Trek Return By Helicopter, Langtang Valley Trek, Helambu Circuit Trek, Gosaikunda Lake Trekking, Ganja La Pass Trekking, and Langtang Gosaikunda Trek are all the popular and mostly preferred side trips around Tamang Heritage Langtang Trekking. These destinations in the region are great choices for your trip extension. 


  • Q1. Is the Langtang trek safe?

    This walk has no difficulties if you are merely fit because it starts at a low elevation at 1550.  There will be 4 to 7 hours of walking on average every day. There is no chance of altitude mountain sickness if the itinerary is followed, fresh, healthy meals are consumed, there is ample fluid intake, and you walk slowly.

  • The broad high meadows of Langtang provide summer habitat for a variety of ungulate species, including musk deer and Himalayan tahr. The park is also notable for its red panda, Himalayan black bear, snow leopard, wild dog, ghoral, serow, and more than 250 bird species.

  • The Tamang Heritage trek combines mountain adventure and Himalayan culture, with ancient monasteries, Tibetan stupas, and abundant, colorful prayer flags, as well as majestic waterfalls and breathtaking snow-capped mountain peaks such as Langtang Lirung, Langtang Kerung, the Ganjala Pass, Dorje Lakpa, and Ganesh Himal.

  • The months of September through November, as well as March through May, are thought to be the greatest for trekking in the Langtang region. Because of the mild temperatures and clear, beautiful bright days that allow for views of the mountains and forests while on the hiking trail, autumn and spring are always enjoyable times to go. One can also take this walk in December, January, and February to avoid crowds. Since they are winter months, it is best to be ready for chilly conditions, frost, and snow. Once more, if you don't mind hiking in the wet season, you can hike from June to August.

  • A moderate trek, the Tamang Heritage Langtang Valley Trek is suitable for individuals who can walk for 5 to 6 hours continuously, including uphill and downhill, while carrying a daypack. Some days are longer than others, requiring 7 or 8 hours of walking. Although the Tamang Heritage Langtang Valley Trip is a physically demanding high altitude trek, it can be completed with strong willpower, a positive attitude, and ordinary physical fitness. Sometimes the mind also has a significant impact on altitude. Although technical competence is not necessary for this walk, it is better to engage in some physical activity in the weeks before the trip.

  • The intermediate Langtang hike does not necessitate previous hiking experience or physical preparation. But you must be emotionally and physically ready for any difficulties and delays encountered along the way. You can start by working out before your walk if you want to make it easier.

  • You need a lot of things before you can go hiking. Your entire vacation experience will be impacted by the luggage you pack. And while purchasing any equipment, be sure that no concessions are made in terms of the quality or model.

  • On any of the treks in the Everest, Annapurna, or even the Langtang regions, no trekking permits are necessary. However, entrance payments are required to enter a national park or protected region.

    Hiking in the prohibited areas requires a trekking permit. The permits can be purchased at the immigration office in Kathmandu's Dillibazar district.

  • There will be a wide variety of foods available. For breakfast, tea shops will serve your preferred style of fried eggs along with pancakes, bread butter, roti, and other items.

    Additional foods include pizza, pasta, momo, chow mein, and a host of others. A traditional meal and beloved dish of Nepalis is dal bhat. Curry meats, lentils, chutney tomatoes, beans, and rice are all served together. The best part is that more help won't cost you any more! The dish is very nutrient-dense. You can use it to fuel long walks as well.

  • Yes, in specific places. However, trekking by yourself is strictly prohibited in the restricted area. You must trek with other people.

    Many people have truly loved walking alone in Nepal. There are benefits to solo hiking. You won't need to adjust to anyone else's schedule.

    If you choose, you are free to stick to your own schedule. Additionally, it's incredibly simple to navigate, particularly in areas without restrictions. The roads are comparatively straight and clearly marked.

    Nepal is absolutely safe for lone hikers. But you'll also need to be a little more cautious when traveling alone.

Client Reviews

  • planned our tour

    I visited the Tamang Heritage Trek for the first time with some buddies. The tour was made extremely interesting and unforgettable by Mr. Gopal, our guide. The group guide and

    porter helped carry our stuff and were quite amusing. Mr. Dipak, who was highly knowledgeable, planned our tour. Their familiarity with the area was very helpful. They were prompt in setting up the porters to bring us supplies and water while we were struggling on the final mile to Gosekunda Lake. We said goodbye like excellent friends. Try this trek if you enjoy having fun and being daring.

    BellaTaiwanJuly 18, 2022
  • Cultural Trip in Nepal

    Wonderful journey! I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. The Tamang Heritage Trek, in particular, was fantastic! Our guides also taught us a lot about the culture of the villages. It was very culturally enriching and provided insight into the country.

    DanielGermanyMarch 18, 2022
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