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Nepals Pottery Square
is located on the south side of Bad Dumbard Square and is one of its important components. The square has a thousand years of history, hand-made ceramics since ancient times, adhering to traditional crafts.
In a remote alley in the square, there is a kiln still in use today. These clay pots used to be used for sacrifices in the past, but they are now commonly used in people's lives. It is reported that most of the pottery tanks in Nepal originate from this.
When everyone wanders around Bad Dumbard Square, you may wish to come here to see you.
A trip to Nepal -
a person walking in the Bardgang Durbar Square.
The figure in the lens, whether it is my deliberate pursuit, or whether they suddenly appear or pass by, make my journey rich and exciting.
Sometimes, let go of the camera and catch up with them when you smile. Whenever I hear that I am from China, they are especially enthusiastic.
Nepal, not only loves to smile, but also very simple. Even if I travel alone, I won't feel lonely.
Known as the "open-air museum", Badgau Square is a great place to enjoy the architectural art of the Mala Dynasty. One of the most famous 55-window palaces and the five-story tower of Nitabola has excellent artistic value and is a must-see for the trip to Bad Dumbard Square.
But here, there are many other temples and monuments that are so beautiful that they are everywhere and at your fingertips. Whether it's a sequence of appreciation, or a random walk, walking and walking, can't help but be surprised: no matter where you are at your feet or at the top of your hand, there is hardly a place that is not the artistic expression of the Mala Dynasty.
Budgang Durbar Square, one of the three largest Durbar Squares in Nepal, is known as the "open-air museum", including the royal palace, temples, pagodas and statues of the Mala Dynasty. The Badgund Durbar Square is wider than the Durbar Square in Kathmandu. It looks clean and the beauty of the building is more carefully seen.
But... Facing the monuments, I cant help but climb the bear children who are taking pictures. Its really the same in the world!
Especially Nepalese children, really like to take pictures. When I saw the camera, I quickly called me, asked me to take pictures for them, didnt look good, and asked for another one!
But to be honest, when I was a child for the first time, I was sitting on a stone sculpture while I was traveling with my parents. Although I was taken up, I thought about it, I was a "bear" when I was a child.