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June 15, 2021

Deserted Heritage Area

The Hanuman Dhoka area, one of the major attractions of Kathmandu, which is inscribed on the World Heritage List, is deserted due to the lockdown imposed following the Covid-19 epidemic. This historic, religious and archeological site, which is open to foreigners, is expected to flourish again with the control of the epidemic.

Kathmandu Municipal Corporation. The historical Hanumandhoka Durbar area and temples located at ward no 24. (Photo: Ratna Shrestha/RSS)

Kathmandu Municipal Corporation. Historical Kalbhairav ​​temple located at ward no 24. (Photo: Ratna Shrestha/ RSS)

Kathmandu Municipal Corporation ward no 24 Historic Taleju Temple at Makhan. Every year, the temple is open to the public only on the day of Vijaya Dashami. (Photo: Ratna Shrestha,/RSS)

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