|The tour of Kathmandu starts with a visit to Bhaktapur, a town in the east side of Kathmandu valley, known for its ancient culture, temples, artworks in wood, metal and stone.|
|Pictures of Bhaktapur in Kathmandu valley, a UNESCO World Heritage site.|
|Photos of Taumdhi Square and the Bhairab Temple.|
|Nice sculptures in wood, Bhaktapur is famous for excellent wood carving arts.|
|The tour to Kathmandu valley continues in Patan, a sub-metropolitan city known for tradition of arts and crafts.|
|Photos of Patan in Kathmandu.|
|Hiking in Patan, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.|
|More excellent samples of wood carvings, decorating temples, palaces and pagodas.|
|Street vendors in Patan, selling souvenirs and handicrafts.|
|Patan Golden Temple|
|The next stop is Durbar Square.|
|Pictures of Durbar Square in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal|
|The Kumari palace in Durbar Square.|
|A door, with very nice decoration in wood.
|Kumari palace's windows.
|The last stop of this Kathmandu Valley tour is at the Induist temple of Pashupatunath...|
|...where I assist to cremations.|
|The Shiva temple.
|The main temple's complex.|
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