Architecture of Nepal
Nepali architecture or Nepalese architecture is a unique strain of art and practicality. Situated in between the trade routes between the Southern Indian Nations and the Northern Tibetan and Chinese empires, Nepali architecture reflects influences from both these cultural strongholds.
The Architectural Ensemble is a motley assembly of the following general structures. Each type is unique and distinctive in character and utility. However, all are linked in a common techniques and styles:
- Residential houses
- Nothing rest houses
- Banerjee, N. R. (1980). Nepalese Architecture. Agam Kala Prakashan.
- Sestini, Valerio; Somigli, Enzo (1978). Sherpa Architecture (in English). Translated by Timothy Paterson. Paris, France: United Nations/UNESCO. ISBN 92-3-201612-5.
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