Nepal has a rich history that is unique and captivating. There are plenty of Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries to explore. Situated between the Himalayas and the Ganges, Nepal has a wealth of natural wonders and sacred sites for travellers to experience. Durbar Square is a renowned historical and UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, is also known as the living museum and it includes the 55 Windows Palace, which dominates the square. 

Nepal is also home to the Shree Pashupatinath temple, also known as the “Temple of Living Beings.” It is the largest Hindu temple in the world. This is a religious and sacred site and is visited by thousands of people. 

Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage site believed to be the birthplace of Siddhartha, who later became Lord Buddha. In the year 250 BC, the Emperor Ashoka decreed a stone pillar be erected at the site to mark the birthplace of Buddha. Nepal is under the strong influence of Buddha, and it is deemed to be the land of peace and serenity, with happy friendly people. 

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