Kathmandu is situated at an altitude of 1336 metres above sea level and the valley covers an area of 218 square miles. The rich tapestry of the cultural heritage of Nepal is embodied in the Kathmandu Valley which is also the home to many ancient and sophisticated cultures.
The Kathmandu Valley is also home to a number of UNESCO's World Hertiage Sites.
UNESCO's World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu:
• Pashupatinath Temple
• Swyambhunath Stupa
• Bouddhanath Stupa
• The Kathmandu Durbar Square
Map of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley.