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Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu, in the plains of the mid-mountain region surrounded by mountains from four sides, situated 1337 meters above the sea level is the envoy of Nepal.

The climate of the place is temperate. Kathmandu being the Nepal’s capital is experiencing the population pressure. It is not only a capital city but also a part of the country’s ancient history of temples and the majority of the festivals.According to myths, “The beautiful valley of Kathmandu was created after when Maha Manjushree who came from Tibet established two Shaktis – Barada &¬†Moksha in the big lake and drained the water letting it passed from the Chobar Hills”.

According to myths, “The beautiful valley of Kathmandu was created after when Maha Manjushree who came from Tibet established two Shaktis – Barada &¬†Moksha in the big lake and drained the water letting it passed from the Chobar Hills”.

The valley is the home of many UNESCO world heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Swyambhu Stupa, Boudha Stupa, Changu Narayan and others. Kathmandu Valley is also considered as open resume and it has seven world heritages sites within the radius of 20 kilometers. The presence of these heritage sites had made Kathmandu as one of the world’s most famous city.

Kathmandu means the Kathmandu district and Kathmandu Valley refers to the collective name of the valley formed by tri-cities -Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur.

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