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Baktapur Bhimsen Temple
Kathmandu

God Bhimasena is the protective God of many craftsman's castes. To honor him Bhimse - Temple was built in the 15. century. On the West side of the square stands the Dattatreya-Temple after the burst is named.

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Tags: baktapur; nepal; kathmandu valley; bhimsen temple; dattatraya square
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