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After visiting Durbar Square on 6th Nov 2018 , we moved to Taumadhi Square also known as Taumadhi Tole ( Tole means market street area ) through Pottery Square . The square has an open central area with two major temples to the north and...More
So much to see! The richly molded Golden Gate, famous Peacock Window, Palace of 55 windows, Lion's Gate and guarding statues, and Nyatopola, the 5 story temple. Lastly, the bharat temple dedicated to Lord Buddha.
What a lovely place. With the temple, people watching, street vendors, you will find yourself entertained here for quite a while. Climb the steps of Nyatapala Temple, enjoy a cold drink at the cafe in the pagoda and watch the people go about their lives....More
after completing durbar, come to taumadhi for nyatapola. it's indescribable.
the other one is still under repair.
but this one is the jewel in the crown of bhaktapur.
the ancient sunlight is still here caressing the peak of this age defying masculine beauty.
This is a short walk from Durbah Square and features two significant temples, Nyatapola Temple and Bhairabnath Temple Nyatapola is five stories and 30 meters high and significant and Bhairabnath has three . This is a pleasant square with some construction work underway.
Amongst the many equally impressive squares in town this one takes the main price. Wide and surrounded by amazing structures, offering great views from the top of the main temple and animated by visitors and inhabitants of this car-free, old authentic town. You would expect...More