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For me this past was the most exciting and impressive part of bhaktapur Durbar Square. Peacock window as well
There are very nice restaurants and cafes in the square and the temple is absolutely a "must see" in Nepal
It is one of the Temples in Bhakthapur undamaged by 2015 Earth Quake,It is in the oldest part of the city which is also open museum especially for wood carvingsThis is the Oldest Temple in Bhakthapur and revered by Nepalis
I had planned visit Bhaktapur so many times but I couldn't manage to go before the 2015 earthquake. I visited this place on 2016 and simply to cry to see the devastation and the after math of the 2015 Earthquake. This is so beautiful. Human...More
This was a great temple to visit because it was one of the places undamaged by the 2015 earthquake. It’s a Hindu temple and has some interesting carved scenes and statues. There’s a well in front of it and you can see women coming and...More
What a gift it was to meander down small roads and alley ways to find this sweet square. We were thankful for the slower pace and fewer marketers. Our small group of five was able to have sweet interactions with women who were spinning the...More
During my exploration of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, one of the most intriguing sights was the number of goats I saw in one particular area. I learned that these goats are provided as live offerings at the Dattatreya Temple. It was frankly refreshing to visit a...More
Bit quieter and calmer square then many in Bhalipur
Great statues on entry along with few beggars
Restrauant for a cold drink overlooks square so people watching is reccommended !
Good relaxing moment to soak up the atmosphere and ingest vibes!
One of the many temples of Hinduism, this temple is constructed for very famous and popular dev named Dattatreya. Nicely and beautifully constructed and mainly the wooden work of Nepal temples are very popular.