It's not far from Durbar Palace Square. A pagoda in a quiet place, and sculptures of various sizes around the main tower are easy to get close to. Slow down and enjoy the local customs quietly. I recommend everyone to take a look, I think this attraction is still good, no tickets are needed, and the price is high.
Flags are flying, very good place, feel very good, like this place, special beauty.
There is a double-layered pagoda dedicated to Harti, the goddess of smallpox, at the back of the Gadsimbu Pagoda. In addition, there is a monastery next to the stupa, where lamas chanting sutras and believers are often seen. The Gadsimbu Pagoda is hidden in the gap between a small alley between Tamil and Ashen Street. If you don't ask people, you will definitely miss it. Passing through the lane between the alley and the alley, oncoming is a stupa with a white golden roof imitating the Swayambuna Temple. In short, it is a replica of the stupa in the Monkey Temple, built in 1650.
Turn mountains and rivers and turn to pagodas to have a chance to feel
Very good free visit. Long live friendship ≧▽≦
After coming to Nepal, it has been accompanied by rain and rain, and there is only a short period of sunshine and blue sky and white clouds every afternoon or evening. The biggest gain today is that I just passed by a certain temple in the old city again, the golden sunset just shining on the "wisdom Buddha eyes" on the white pagoda, and the blue sky and white clouds set off, so beautiful and too sacred!