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The ancient city Bhaktapur lies on the Eastern part of Kathmandu valley which is also known as Bhadgaon or Khwopa. The historical monument on around signifies medieval age culture and tradition of Nepal and this old city is inhabited by indigenous...more
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Thos is a must have for you trip to Nepal.
It is the most beautiful square we've seen during our tour in the Kathmandu valley. It was completely destoyed by the earthquake but it has been restored yet.
I suggest to sit and looking for...More
Very interesting visit, not only of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, but also Taumadhi, Duttatraya, Pottery Square. Opens the door to learning about history, cultures, religions. Great if you like architecture with a history, strolling, photography, shopping, eating local cuisine, varied highlights on a tour. Illustrates the...More
Remarkable glimpses of architecture , tradition heritage and hindu religion. The structures are mammoth and depict how advanced was the technology in those days. Sad to see the destruction caused by the 2015 earthquake ,but restoration work is on and the structure will be back...More
Of the three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu valley, this one was the best preserved and the most restored after the earthquake. The architecture of the buildings is lovely, the open space is refreshing after the crowded alleys of Kathmandu proper (apparently, however, this is...More
When visiting Nepal you have to do the durbar square 's there are several but I think this is the best with many fine temples etc some undergoing maintenance due to the earthquake in 2015. Lots of shops and eateries you are spoilt for choice...More
We were lucky enough to hear about Bhaktapur after our trek in Nepal and spent our last day there exploring the old city. The city is the best preserved after the 2015 earthquake and the local government has earnestly set about restoring earthquake damage, including...More