1505 Lo Mustang earthquake
|Local date||June 6, 1505|
|Areas affected||Nepal, China, India|
The 1505 Lo Mustang earthquake occurred on 6 June 1505 and had an estimated magnitude between 8.2 and 8.8 making it one of the largest earthquakes in Nepalese history. The earthquake killed an approximate 30 percent of the Nepalese population at the time. The earthquake was located in northern Nepal, and affected southern China.
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