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Walk Through UNESCO World Heritage Site-Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal

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Far East Adventure Travel

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The Kathmandu Valley of Nepal has some of the most interesting, cities, towns, villages, and unique architecture along with several Unesco designated world heritage sites. Kathmandu's Durbar Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Nepal but it is also a working social center with many temples that are visited by worshippers every day along with it's purpose as a social center. There were several temples and buildings that were damaged during the 2015 earthquakes but work is finally underway to restore the famous "royal square" back to it's state pre-earthquakes. In this podcast I visit the square and survey the current restoration and describe the state of many of the buildings. If you're interested in seeing the current state of Durbar Square-Kathmandu you can visit my Far East Adventure Travel page where I am currently featuring many sites of the Kathmandu Valley in 360 format. You can also visit my YouTube page and subscribe to the channel for my latest videos from Nepal.

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