Ladakh: little Tibet

Australia, 1980

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Episode of Series “Journey into the Himalayas”.
Ladakh, known as Little Tibet, lies to the North East of Kashmir. Keith Adam finds that its barren moon-like landscape provides a stark contrast to the soft, green hills of Kashmir. The capital, Leh, has been for centuries an important regional trading centre, and remains as such today.

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