The 25th April earthquake followed by hundreds of aftershocks has definitely shaken the lands of Nepal, but was unable to shake the spirit of Nepalese people. The 7.8 Magnitude earthquake forced many people to be homeless across the country and destroyed century old monuments including the UNESCO heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
2 months have passed since the devastating earthquake, Nepal and its citizens are back to their feet and have started their normal lives. The closed heritages sites have been reopened form June 14 for visitor and other popular and famous travel destination has been intact and untouched by the earthquake. The official press release from the Ministry of Cultural, Tourism and Aviation makes it clear that Nepal is safe and secure to travel and explore.
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