Kathmandu Durbar square:
The Durbar square, which is itself the old royal palace complex dedicated to the Malla monarchs, is today classified as World Heritage Site. The interesting things are Talezu temple(built in 1549 AD), a gigantic stone figure exposing the fearful manifestation of the Black Bhairav which the Hindus regard as the God of Destruction, the tall stone pillar on the plinth-top of which sits late King Pratap Malla, the colossal image of the White Bhairav, the nine-storeyed Basantapur Palace, the great bell and the great Drums, a unique type of wooden temple called Kasthamandap, living goddess Kumari temple etc. The main Golden Gate is guarded by the Monkey-God called Hanuman.
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