Bhaktapur lies 14 Km. to the east of Kathmandu. Bhaktapur Durbar square is a symphony of are and architecture. The centerpiece is the 55-window Palace overlookingthe square which is paved over with bricks. The history of the place dates back to the 12 th century.
Lion Gate: The stone carved statue of lions gives one of the feelings they might be giving important portion of the palace.
Picture Gallery: It is a gallery of great value. In it we find displayed ancient paintings belonging to Hindu & Buddhist tantric schools of various periods.
Pottery’s Squre: A two minute walk south of Durbar square, you can see various of fresh clay mud works those Newars prepares it as for gifts according to the tradition.
Natapol Temple : A tal 5 floored temple was build in 12 th century by the Malla dynasty. There are many other nearest places to see. Equally among Bhaktapur, around Kathmandu valley you see many old Buddhist’s temples too.