The UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) has designated 10 World Heritage sites in Nepal. The first sites from the Country Nepal were the Sagarmatha National Park and [].
In Nepal, there are 8 cultural and 2 natural mixed sites. They are Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Changunarayan, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Bouddhanath, Lumbini,Sagarmatha National Park and Chitwan National Park. Additionally, there are 15 tentative sites proposed by Nepal in UNESCO.
The site has been listed as endangered 2003–2007 due to the partial or substantial loss of the traditional elements of six out of seven monument zones and resulting general loss of authenticity and integrity of the whole property.
The walled city was the capital of the Kingdom of Lo in the 15th century. Notable monuments include the palace and monasteries of Jampa Lakhang and Thupchen Lakhang from the 15th century and the monastery of Choede Lakhang from the 18th century.
The site includes the Newar monuments of Chilancho Vihar, Jagat Pal Vihar, Buddha Dharma Sangha Shikhara, Baghbhairab Temple, Vath (Layaku), Umamaheshvar Temple, Indrayani Pith, Chitu Bahail, Lokeshwar Shikhara, Buddha Temple, Chve Bahal and Kwe Bahal.
The site includes Bhairab Temple, the Purankot Durbar, the Srinagar Durbar (Fort), the Bansha Gopal, the Mukundeshwar Mahadev, the Amar Narayan Temple, the Ran-Ujjeshwari Bhagawati Temple and the Tansen Durbar.