This is an attraction that appeared on a Nepalese stamp, but when I actually saw it, how could it be like this? It's very small and very casual, just above a very ordinary building, and there are also small personal shops at will.
Many tourists follow a map to find the window, which is actually quite easy to find, just inside a small street, but when you see it is still quite shocked, it is so small and the locals are so inconsiderate.
The peacock window is located on the second floor in a small alley not far from Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It is a Hindu building with exquisite carvings. You can go up to the second floor of the small shop opposite, and look at the peacock window from the window, the angle is better.
It was beautifully done and the guide pulled a story.
Peacock Window, located in Badgang Tachupa Square, is a 15th century window, with beautiful peacock carvings. Peacock Window represents the Hindu worship of the place where the residence, is the most famous Badgang. The peacock window has a beautiful exterior, and the carvings make it the most beautiful carved window in Kathmandu, and the main character of Nepal postcards, which attracts many visitors to watch.
On the wall of Bugali Temple next to the palace, there is a wooden window with a vivid wood carving open peacock, which is the famous peacock window, together with 55 windows, it became the representative of Nepalese wood carving art, very beautiful, is a masterpiece of Nepalese wood carving, It is also a representative work of Nepal wood carving.
The three-dimensional sense of wood carving is truly breathtaking, the whole piece of wood carving into layers of depth of landscape and still so complete, Kung fu can be seen generally. The streets are narrow and the windows are high, the floors are not very well explained, you can take pictures from the second floor window of the shop opposite, facing the peacock window, and the shop is very friendly with a note to go up to the second floor