Singha Durbar

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Singha Durbar at kathmandu

Singha Durbar (Nepali: सिंहदरवार; translation: Lion's Palace) is a palace in capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu. It was built by Chandra Shumsher in june 1908.[1] It was highly damaged by April 2015 Nepal earthquake.[2]

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  1. JBR, PurushottamShamsher (2007). Ranakalin Pramukh Atihasik Darbarharu [Chief Historical Palaces of the Rana Era] (in Nepali). Vidarthi Pustak Bhandar. ISBN 978-9994611027.
  2. "My City - Photo blog from Nepali Times » Blog Archive » Rana palaces after the earthquake".