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Bandipur bei Nacht, vor dem Gaun Ghar Hotel
Nepal

Aus Wikipedia: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bandipur_%28Nepal%29

Bandipur, ursprünglich ein Magar-Dorf, wurde im 19. Jahrhundert von Newari aus Bhaktapur im Kathmandutal zur Blüte gebracht. Die geschlossene Bauweise mit 2-3 Geschossen verlieh dem Ort einen kleinstädtischen Charakter, den er bis heute behalten hat. Die Architektur dieses Händlervolkes hat sich weitgehend, wenn auch vielfach renovierungsbedürftig, erhalten. Die Lage Bandipurs in mittlerer Höhe mit dem Ausblick auf Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh, Langtang Himal, dem Marsyangdital, dem Manakamana Berg und Gorkha mit dem hoch thronenden Palast bieten geeignete Voraussetzungen für einen bescheidenen Tourismus. Die Abgeschiedenheit des Ortes hat sich als Rettung für die Newari Architektur erwiesen, die sonst mit Sicherheit modernen Bauweisen zum Opfer gefallen wäre.

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