Patan Durbar Square

Patan Durbar Square

historic city center of Lalitpur, home of the Malla Kings in Kathmandu

Location: 

Patan Durbar Square, Patan, Nepal

Duration: 

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Patan Durbar Square: center of the ancient city of Lalitpur in Kathmandu
  2. Royal Palace: home of the Malla Kings between the 14th and 18th century
  3. Lalitpur: city from the 3rd century BC that melted together with Kathmandu
  4. UNESCO: under international protection with many other temples together
  5. Journey: it was raining, it was late and I only had a few minutes to explore

Image sources

  1. One of several temples
  2. Patan Durbar Square
  3. Decorative lion at the Royal Palace
  4. Nepalese guy at an old temple
  5. Nepalese guys having lunch

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