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Upper Mustang (formerly the Kingdom of Lo) is located in the upper part (Northern area) of the Mustang District in Nepal. One of the best-protected areas in the world. Upper Mustang was also a restricted kingdom and a demilitarized zone until 1992. As a result, the majority of the population still speaks ancient Tibetic languages there. The area’s relative isolation from the outside world has helped to preserve Tibetan culture. The three main pillars of Bronco’s economy are trading, tourism, and animal husbandry.

In Nepal’s Gandaki Province, the Upper Mustang makes up the district’s northern two-thirds. 
It is made up of the rural municipalities of Baragung Muktichhetra, Salome, and Lo Manthang.

When the suzerain Monarchy of Nepal became a republic in 2008, Mustang’s position as a kingdom came to an end. The influence of the outside world, particularly China, is growing and leading to a rapid change in the life of the people of Mustang. The scope of development projects has also increased over time.