Nepal reopens seven historic sites after earthquake

By lunaradmin - Jun 16, 2015      
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Two months after an earthquake ravaged Kathmandu and rural villages, Nepal’s authorities have reopened all seven of its world heritage sites. The seven world heritage sites were reopened once debris and rubble were removed. Artifacts of archaeological importance were also secured.
Hundreds of monuments were damaged. The government plans to rebuild and renovate all monuments damaged in the quake which would cost from $70 to $100 million.

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