Nepal

Patan Durbar Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site); Bishnu Hari Sapkota; LinkedIn

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Patan, also known as ‘Lalitpur,’ the city of artisans, is located 5 kilometres south-east of Kathmandu and is home to some of the valley’s greatest artisans who have kept traditional skills such as repoussé and the lost wax process for creating stunning sculptures. With its tiny lanes, brick residences, and a plethora of well-preserved Hindu temples, Buddhist monasteries (vihars), and monuments, the city preserves much of its original beauty.

Source: PATAN DURBAR SQUARE (UNESCO World Heritage Site):

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