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Nepal’s Landmarks, Before and After the Earthquake

The earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday flattened many of the country’s historic architectural sites. Four of the area’s seven Unesco World Heritage sites were severely damaged, as were many temples and palaces made of wood and unmortared brick

Dharahara Tower, Katmandu

A nine-story structure built in 1832 on orders from the queen. It was made of bricks
more than a foot thick, and had recently been reopened to the public. Sightseers could
climb a narrow spiral staircase to a viewing platform about 200 feet above the city.


April 25, 2015


July 15, 2013

Vatsala Shikhara Temple, Bhaktapur

After the earthquake, people occupied the square in front of a
collapsed temple in Bhaktapur, eight miles east of Katmandu.


July 2014


April 26, 2015

Trailokya Mohan Narayan Temple, Katmandu

Volunteers helped to remove the debris of a three-story temple.




April 25, 2015

Maju Deval, Katmandu

This temple, built in 1690, is a Unesco World Heritage Site.


July 2014


April 25, 2015


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