Patan Durbar Square reopens after the 25th April Earthquake.

Google Spherical View of Patan Durbar Square before and after Earthquake.

On 25th April 2015 a devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.9 strike the Gorkha district between Kathmandu and Pokhara in the Central Region which laid waste to some of the centuries-old palaces and temples listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Director of Archaeology (DoA) Mr. Bhesh Narayan Dhala , said they would be opening  the gates of Kathmandu Durbar Square, the Swayambhunath Temple and the Patan Durbar Square for the public from June 15  and the several damaged area will be fenced off to protect the visitors.

Patan Durbar Square before the Earthquake

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Patan Durbar Square after the Earthquake

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Patan durbar Square
Spherical view of Patan Durbar Square after the earthquake. © yalamandu

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