Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Bhaktapur Photos

Situated an hour's drive from Kathmandu, the World Heritage Site of Bhaktapur is possibly the jewel in Nepal's crown. It has three squares - The Durbar Square, Tachupal Tole and Taumidhi Tole studded with temples, palaces, frescoes and statues! Most tourists visit Bhaktapur for the day and leave in the evening but a night stay is well worth it at the charming Bhadgaon Guest House! Here are some photographs of Bhaktapur:

Durbar Square
Durbar Square, Bhaktapur 

Potters Square
Potters Square 

Window of the wood carving museum, Tachupal Tole
Window of the wood carving museum, Tachupal Tole

King Bhupendra Malla
King Bhupendra Malla's column

Siddha Lakshmi Temple
Siddha Lakshmi Temple

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4 comments:

  1. Great shots. Bhaktaapur is extremely photogenic, I really enjoyed the week I spent there. You seemed to get some pretty changable weather there?

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    1. It was in the monsoon Francis - September!

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