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Reconstruction of Nautale Palace, Basantapur Reach Final Stage

Reconstruction of Nautale Palace, Basantapur Reach Final Stage
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Reconstruction of Nautale Palace, Basantapur Reach Final Stage
Reconstruction of Nautale Palace, Basantapur Reach Final Stage

Kathmandu -The World Heritage-listed, Historical and Archaeological Significance Nautale Palace in Basantapur, the reconstruction process has reached its final stage. It is 90 percent completed.

The palace was damaged by an earthquake in 2072 BS. According to the Department of Archeology, the construction of the palace is being reconstructed with the financial and technical support of the Chinese government.

Chief Archaeological Officer and Spokesperson of the Department of Archeology Ram Bahadur Kunwar informed that the reconstruction of the palace has been completed 90 percent. He said, “Out of the nine floors of the palace, the eight floors have been completed, the roof work of the last floor is still pending and the work is now in the final stage.”

He clarified that the target of completing the reconstruction within the current fiscal year could not be achieved due to the Corona epidemic and lockdown. According to him, Chinese technicians have returned home due to Corona and some are working. He clarified that all the Chinese manpower will come to Nepal and the rest of the work will be completed as soon as the corona epidemic becomes normal. The palace is being completely rebuilt in the old style. The palace is being rebuilt with mud, dung, and husks on the walls, as well as iron poles.

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