The Kathmandu Durbar Square

The UNESCO world heritage site-Kathmandu Durbar Square is well renowned as Hanuman Dhoka Palace which is Nepal’s most popular site as a historical and cultural heart. The main palace and monuments of around built in medieval age by Malla Dynasty kings. The antique historical palace bears Nepal’s former reminisce of Royal family, traditional culture, authentic architecture and arts as well main festive ceremonial site. It was also until 1886 palace for Shah Dynasty and thereafter shifted to Narayanhiti palace. The most astonishing palace and of around to explore Tribhuvan Museum, Nine storey Basantapur Tower, Hanuman Temple, Taleju Temple, huge Kal Bhairab statue, Kumari-Living Goddess Temple, Kasthamandap, and 17th century old stone inscriptions which is written in 15 different languages as well amazing wooden art carvings.

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