Kathmandu Valley is the capital city of Nepal. Located at the country’s centre, Kathmandu Valley spreads over 600 square kilometres. Kathmandu Valley holds the Kingdom’s three largest cities, including Kathmandu and contains several small towns and villages. This valley has been a great tourist attraction as it has more than 130 historical monuments, including pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Buddhists. Being the most crowded area in Nepal, Kathmandu Valley has seven World Heritage Sites designated, which are worth spending time and exploring.
It is an economic epicentre of Nepal and is rich with industries, natural beauty and tourism hotspots. In the aftermath of the earthquake in 2015, the valley has restored most of its tourist monuments and infrastructure.
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