Kathmandu, Pt. 2

This post is about the same day as Kathmandu, Pt. 1…

Once refreshed, we headed to Patan’s Durbar Square and the Patan Museum. There are three Durbar Squares in Kathmandu and according to Kathy, this one’s the best. The area itself is fascinating since it is in the old part of town with many small streets and interesting shops, various temples, and intriguing buildings. The museum is located in the residential court of a royal palace and features dozens of old Buddhist artworks. Here are some pix, first of the square…

Here are some pix from the Patan Museum…

Study Questions:

  1. Check the links to Patan Durbar Square. For what is it famous? What do the pix depict?
  2. Check the links to Patan Museum. For what is it famous? What do the pix depict?
  3. Check this link about the Buddhist art. What did you learn, and how does it relate to the pix?
  4. Check this link about the history of Kathmandu. What did you learn, and how does it relate to the pix?

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