Baltistan

geographic region of the Northern Areas, in the Pakistani-administered sector of the Kashmir region, in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. ...
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Baltistan

Region in the Karakoram range of northeast Kashmir, western Ladakh, held by Pakistan since 1949. The region lies to the south of K2, the world's second highest mountain (8,611 m/28,2161 ft); the average elevation is 3,350 m/11,000 ft. It contains the upper reaches of the Indus River. It is the home of Balti Muslims of Tibetan origin...
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Baltistan

Baltistan borders Gilgit Agency in the west, the Xinjiang Autonomous Region (China) in the north, Ladakh in the east, and the Kashmir Valley in the south. Since 1947, the region is divided by the Line of Control, with four of its five districts – Skardu, Gangche, Shigar and Kharmang – being controlled by Pakistan and the Kargil district being
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