Kathmandu Valley’s famous Patan durbar square, which was severely damaged by the deadly earthquake in 2015, is a must see place if you are in the city of Lalitpur.
Located at the center of the city, the square is home to a number of beautiful temples and idols that are guaranteed to turn you into cultural lovers.
Some of the important temples are Krishna Mandir, Bhimsen Temple and Vishwanath Temple. Thanks to its stunning architecture, this place is frequented by tourists and locals alike. No wonder, it is one of the UNESCO world Heritage Sites along with two other darbars – Kathmandu Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The whole area is filled with colorful cafes, numerous art galleries and guest houses. I spent few hours there, gazing aimlessly at the abundant beauty of the place.
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3 thoughts on “Few Hours At Patan Durbar Square”
Outstanding! Loved the photos. Each one reflects something special to focus on! Enjoyed this post a lot.
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Patan durbar square is a special place. Has a touch of times gone by. I was saddened when I heard it was hit by the earthquake, but it doesn’t look as bad as I have expected despite being some years now. Excellent photos, Deepak.