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Timure is a small town and headquarter of ward no. 2 of Gosaikund rural municipality. It is about 19 KM north from Syaphru (headquarter of Gosaikunda rural municipality).
Previously Timure was a village development committee in Rasuwa District in the Bagmati Zone of northern Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 562 people living in 141 individual households.Reconstructions of local level units in Nepal on 10 March 2017 made it a part of new Gosaikunda rural municipality.
In December 2014, a port of entry between China and Nepal was opened near Rasuwa Fort a few kilometers north of the village.
Rasuwa District (Nepali: रसुवा जिल्लाListen is one of 13 districts of Bagmati Province and one of seventy-seven districts of Nepal. The district, with Dhunche as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,544 km2 and has a population of 43,300. As per census 2011 total households in Rasuwa district is 9,778. It is the smallest district by area, among 16 districts in the Himalaya region of Nepal.
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Rasuwa Fort or Rasuwa Gadhi is a historical fort ruin in the Rasuwa District of Nepal roughly at the border with Tibet, China. It is located along the Trishuli River 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north of the Nepalese town of Timure in Langtang National Park, yet 25 km south of the nearest locality of China at Gyirong Town.
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