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Kathmandu

capital of Nepal

12km

27.7185.32

Birgunj

a business gateway between India and Nepal in mid-southern Nepal, Also a center for the Nepali Bhojpuri people.

91km

2784.8667

Tibet

Autonomous region of China

424km

31.70555686.940278
Sights

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

275m

27.6721833385.42845278

Changu Narayan Temple

temple

4.6km

27.7162777885.42788889

Panch Pokhari

34km

28.02385.43

Langtang

mountain range

57km

28.2585.5

Jiri

human settlement

89km

27.6333333386.23333333

Sauraha

human settlement

104km

27.5747222284.49361111

Janaki Mandir

Holy Temple in Province No. 2 of Nepal

108km

26.7305555685.92555556

Parsa National Park

Once a hunting ground for the royalty, Parsa Wildlife Reserve is now a protected area and national park. Many animal species can be spotted including gaurs, leopards, elephants, sambar chital and a variety of birds.

123km

27.4666666784.33333333

Manaslu

mountain in Nepal; eighth highest mountain in the world

129km

28.5494444484.56194444

Halesi-Maratika Caves

cave in Nepal

140km

27.1900686.622391

Haleshi

(Tibetan: Maratika) — the site of a mountain cave where Padmasambhava attained a state beyond life and death

140km

27.194186.624

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Bhaktapur

Nepal
Bhaktapur (भक्तपुर) is a city in Nepal known variously as City of Culture, Living Heritage, Nepal's Cultural Gem, An open museum and a City of Devotees. Bhaktapur is an ancient city and is renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture, colourful festivals, traditional dances and the indigenous lifestyle of the Newari community. It is just 12 km east of Kathmandu, the modern capital of Nepal, but you may feel a bit like you've gone back to the Middle Ages, given the ambiance of traditional homes, lifestyles and environment here. The conch-shaped historic city is spread over an area of 6.9 m2 at an altitude of 1,401 m. Bhaktapur was founded in the 12th century by King Anand Dev Malla and was the capital city of the Greater Malla Kingdom in the Kathmandu Valley till the 15th century AD. Many of Bhaktapur's greatest monuments were built during the Malla period.

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