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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Patan Museum (Visiting Place At Kathmandu #9)

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Patan Museum (UNESCO’s World Heritage Site)

The patan museum is a museum placed in patan, nepal. the museum falls underneath the unesco’s international heritage web sites. the patan museum changed into inaugurated in 1997 through overdue king birendra bir bikram shah. the patan museum presentations the traditional sacred arts of nepal in an illustrious architectural putting. its home is an vintage residential courtroom of ptan darbar, one of the royal palaces of former malla kings of the kathmandu valley. the museum’s well-knownshows cowl a protracted span of nepal’s cultural history and some uncommon objects are among its treasures. maximum of the gadgets are solid bronzes and gilt copper repouss√© work, conventional crafts for which patan is well-known.

From:- Wikipedia 

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