Location in Nepal
|Coordinates: 29°50′N 80°33′E / 29.83°N 80.55°ECoordinates: 29°50′N 80°33′E / 29.83°N 80.55°E|
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Api Municipality (Khalanga) (Nepali: अपी नगरपालिका (खलंगा)) is a municipality located in Darchula District of Mahakali Zone in the Far-western Development Region of Nepal. This municipality was formed on 18 May 2014. It was formed by merging five Village Development Committees: Brahmadev, Chhapari, Dhap, Kante and Khalanga. This municipality is named after the Mt. Api of the district.
- 72 new municipalities announced Archived June 18, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. My Republica
- Govt announces 72 new municipalities The Kathmandu Post