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10th century square. A clash of cultural,traditional and modernization.Hustle bustle, lifestyles. Chaotic, temples, people of different ethnic groups !!! Living goddess Kumari. Mid century feeling. Vendors, flowers, bells ringing!! Unorganized happy people and city !!!
I found the wood carvings so fascinating with the intricate wood carvings. There was an old sunken bath in the middle of the square that served as the king's bath ( photo attached) We had lunch across the square at a restaurant that overlooks the...More
This square of temples is just off the Tamul shopping area so both can be seen at once. I was glad we had a guide as he explained the significance of the various small temples, the monastery and the large central temple. Being mostly unfamiliar...More
as the place have been destroyed by the earthquake, I thought it would be more interesting if i hired a guide to tell me the stories behind each temple, I dont think i would have enjoyed the place without a guide,
the entrance tickets are...More
Durbar Sq. has all the history in one place. Unfortunately a lot of temples are damaged or completely destroyed by the 2015 earthquake. Make sure you have a guide with you to explain all the various temples
It is a MUST SEE!
Nepal is a beautiful country which I wanted to visit since my childhood knowing the mighty Himalaya is surrounding this little land on the planet. However my expectations came crashing down when i visited the country in May 2017. Kathmandu is extremely hot. The impact...More
A lot has been destroyed owing to earthquake in this area.
The most interesting part here is "living god". Yes,that's correct they have a "living god". Not only that they have a long process of selection who can be there living god also known as...More
Beautifully historical site. Still a great cultural attraction despite some being destroyed by the earthquake. So many temples. Seeing the coexisting between the Buddhist and Hindu religion is an experience by it self. A must see for any visit to Nepal.
Quiero viajar a Nepal, pero, no sé qué es lo que ha quedado del Nepal monumental. ¿Qué lugares, tras el terremoto, merece la pena visitar?
¿Podrías incluir alguna foto de las plazas Durbar en la actualidad?
Gracias y un saludo.
6 March 2016|
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Busca esto en youtube: "A Tourist's guide to Kathmandu 6 months after the Earthquake". Te va a dar una idea muy exacta de como está Katmandú. Como te comenté en mi anterior respuesta, si no fuera por algunos monumentos... More
Busca esto en youtube: "A Tourist's guide to Kathmandu 6 months after the Earthquake". Te va a dar una idea muy exacta de como está Katmandú. Como te comenté en mi anterior respuesta, si no fuera por algunos monumentos derruidos, el resto está exactamente igual que cuando fui yo antes del terremoto; el vídeo es de hace 6 meses, así que puede que incluso haya ahora mismo menos escombros.
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J'ai eu l'occasion de visiter kathmandou en 1973. C'était bien différent que de nos jours, tout était libre...C'était l'époque hippies .
Pour la petite histoire, j'avais un visa de 15 jours . J'y suis resté 6 mois !