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Katmandhu Valley

Nepal is said to be a “temple in itself” due to its impressive number of religious constructions. Preserved from foreign influence until 1950, life in Katmandhu, the capital of the kingdom, was relatively unchanged since its foundation in 743 AD. Located in a valley at 1300 meters high, it contains seven sites that are listed on UNESCO's World Heritage list.