Tribhuvan Museum

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Tribhuvan Museum
Tribhuvan Museum is located in Kathmandu
Tribhuvan Museum
Location at Kathmandu Durbar Square
Location Kathmandu, Nepal
Coordinates 27°42′15″N 85°18′26″E / 27.704283°N 85.307355°E / 27.704283; 85.307355
Type Palace museum

The Tribhuvan Museum is a museum located in Nepal.[1] It is located alongside Birendra Museum and Mahendra Museum. It contains personal artefacts that belonged to King Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah, who is internationally known Nepalese king in the modern history. [2]


According to the historians, it is the palace from where Late King Tribhuvan Bir Bikram Shah used to watch over all the houses to make sure if every people during his regime used to cook their food. [2]


  1. ^ Museums and art galleries of Nepal (Archived April 9, 2013, at WebCite)
  2. ^ a b "Tribhuvan Museum". Retrieved 2 April 2017. 

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