Durbar Square, this may be a place to visit in Nepal. Nepal has three Durbar Squares, each recording local life and is the epitome of Nepalese life. I am coming to Patan Durbar Square. Duba Square has numerous and dense temple palaces, not only Nepalese wooden temples, stone-built Indian temples and a small number of Tibetan-style temples, but later in the earthquake, large Some stone temples collapsed and the wooden temple remained relatively intact. The three Durbar Squares are integrated with the people's living quarters. It is worth a visit, and there are often festivals and parades in the square, simple and full. National characteristics. In the morning, people will gather in front of the statue of the square to pray, apply the red wax on the eyebrows of the gods and the insteps of the hands, and also wax the wax on their own eyebrows to pray for good luck. Locals wearing traditional Chinese costumes and students wearing Western-style uniforms travel together in this ancient city, forming a stark contrast, as if connecting the country's past and future.