Trashigang in Bhutan
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Trashigang aka Tashigang is a town in eastern regions of Bhutan. Lovingly it is known as “The Jewel of the East”. The place sees the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh as its immediate neighbor. Trashigang resides over an altitude of over 600 m to 4000 m. The place is flourished by the country’s largest river, Dangme Chhu. The place has been a chief center for trade with numerous countries for ages. One may find people belonging to different places making their living here. To visit here is the most prominent place- Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary. The place is a protected area and sees the connection to Khaling Wildlife Sanctuary via a biological corridor. Bhutan’s most famed college is too situated here, named Sherubtse College. Sherubtse school was the primary commissioned school in the Asian nation, founded in 1966 by a group of Jesuits under the leadership of William Mackey. As of 2003, it became a part of the freshly created Royal University of {bhutan|Bhutan|Kingdom of Asian nation|Asian country|Asian nation} system that contains all public post-secondary colleges in Bhutan. The college is found below the Yonphula domestic landing field.

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