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Insight to Patan Durbar Square Patan Durbar Square a UNESCO World Heritage Site located at Patan, Lalitpur. #Patan #PatanDurbarSquare #2012 #Photo...
UNIC, (2012)
Patan Durbar Square: UNESCO World Heritage Site Patan Durbar Square a UNESCO World Heritage Site located at Patan, Lalitpur. #Patan #PatanDurbarSquare #2012 #Photo...
UNIC, (2012)
Water Movement in Patan: With Reference to Traditional Stone Spouts in Nepal (2008) Lalitpur Sub-metropolitan City is the second largest city in Kathmandu Valley encompassing 15.43 square kilometre area. The main town popularly known as Yala in Newari and Patan in Nepali; is the main township on the North of the municipal area that ...
UNHABITAT, (2008)
Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site: Management Handbook for Patan Durbar Square Monumnet Zone (NEP) The Management Handbook for Patan Durbar Square Monument Zone is a component of the Integrated Management Plan (IMP) for the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site (KVWHS). Within the framework of the integrated management of the seven monument zones, ...
GoN, UNESCO, (2007)
Cultural Portrait Handbook 2 Patan,or Lalitpur,lies across the Bagmati River south of Kathmandu. Patan is considered to be the oldest among the three cities in the valley. Settlements must have existed in the areas as early as the 7th century BC during the Kirat period. However,...
UNESCO, (2006)
Statement by Richard Bennett Representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal Delivered at the Public Launch of the Practical Guide to Detention Monitoring Yalamaya Kendra, Patandhoka, Kathmandu 5 August 2008 It is a pleasure to join you this evening to launch this very useful tool, the Practical Guide to Detention Monitoring. I would first like to thank the Association for the Prevention of Torture and Advocacy Forum for organizing this event. I apprecia...
UNOHCHR, (2008)
TIBETAN REFUGEES IN NEPAL It is estimated that Nepal has between ten and twenty thousand Tibetan refugees lining inside its borders. Soon after the first wave of arrivals, the Nepalese Government assisted by the International Committee of the Red Cross set up relief programme...
UNIC/UN, (1962)