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Blue-mimosa Blossoms Bloom in Kathmandu

ICE Graveyard 28/04/2016 Kishor Panthi

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Kathmandu is covered in blue-mimosa blossoms this week. Blue-mimosa Blossoms are blooming in Kathmandu valley. Visitors can view hundreds of blue-mimosa blossom trees in bloom. Nepal doesn't celebrate blue-mimosa blossom festival officially but nature is celebrating and visitors are feeling awesome. Here are some pictures taken around Durbarmarg, Kathmandu. Pictures speak louder than words. Share if you care.
2016-04-27-1461771745-5854007-GhantaGhar2.JPG © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-04-27-1461771745-5854007-GhantaGhar2.JPG 2016-04-27-1461772093-7858137-Ghantaghar.JPG © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-04-27-1461772093-7858137-Ghantaghar.JPG Ghantaghar, Kathmandu. The GhantaGhar is the first public tower clock in Nepal which is situated in the heart of capital city Kathmandu. It was built by Rana Prime Minister Bir Shumsher.


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Durbarmarg, Kathmandu. Durbar Marg a famous tourist area after Thamel in Kathmandu. As it leads to the former Royal Palace of Narayanhiti, Durbar Marg is also known as King's way. 2016-04-27-1461774095-6133046-Narayanhiti.JPG © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-04-27-1461774095-6133046-Narayanhiti.JPG 2016-04-27-1461774218-1476740-Narayanhiti2.JPG © Provided by The Huffington Post 2016-04-27-1461774218-1476740-Narayanhiti2.JPG Narayanhiti, Kathmandu.Narayanhiti Palace is a palace in Kathmandu,which long served as a residence and principal workplace of the reigning Monarch of Kingdom of Nepal. The royal palace is now turned into a public museum.

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