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Temple
“One of the oldest Stupas in the world. Enlisted as Unesco Heritage Site. A must visit. Beautiful historical place, with many values, as well as beautiful panoramic view of Kathmandu valley.”
  • 22 residents recomanen
Temple
“There is a cave of Tilopa and Naropa, famous buddhist yogis. Ask me where exactly to find it in Pashupati :)”
  • 25 residents recomanen
Hindu Temple
“Nepal’s oldest five storey temple. This 15th century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is popularly known as Kumbheshwore. Beautiful silver shrine dedicated to goddess Banglamukhi. ”
  • 1 resident recomana
Hindu Temple
“A small temple complex that has been quite affected by the earthquake. A nice place to sit and watch people passby.”
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Grans magatzems
“The name ‘Bhatbhateni actually comes from Bhat and Bhateni, a pious couple who attained divine status. The temple dedicated to them lies a mere 40 meters northwest of the famous shopping center.”
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Mirador escènic
“A large pond hidden in the middle of the old Patan! Nice atmosphere with ducks and 600 years old stupa. ”
  • 2 residents recomanen
Hindu Temple
“ 2 minute walk. Beautiful Hindu Temple. Small Park and garden you can visit free of cost. ”
  • 2 residents recomanen
Hindu Temple
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Hindu Temple
“Bijeshwori temple where Hinduism and Buddhism meet. A peaceful place to rest to stop on your way to Thamel. If your with children don't forget to spot the two temple turtles .”
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Hindu Temple
“According to legends, as Lord Shiva was distressfully carrying the body of Sati all around the world, the breast of Sati fell on top of the hill where Santaneshwor Mahadev temple stands. It is located in Jharuwarasi in Lalitpur. It is believed that the people who do not have children, once they please Lord Shiva visiting Santaneshwor Mahadev Temple, then their lap would not get barren.”
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Hindu Temple
“Bodnath est la plus grande stupa bouddhiste du Népal et donc sans doute du monde. Allez y à l'aube, avant tous les touristes et en mème temps que tous les pèlerins, vous y trouverez un lieu magique. Comme récompense, vous pourrez ensuite vous offrir un petit déjeuner sur les des cafés en toit terrasse qui entourent la stupa et regarder le quartier prendre vie vu d'en haut. ”
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