: Prince Harry visits sites damaged by Nepal quake
Politics16:16 Mar. 20, 2016

Prince Harry visits sites damaged by Nepal quake

Experts and artists are working to restore the UNESCO site damaged by last year's earthquake

Britain's Prince Harry is in Nepal visiting a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Patan Durbar Square was heavily damaged when a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the country almost one year ago.

The number killed in the quake was more than 8,000. Prince Harry had been shown the damage and the reconstruction process.

Watch also Taiwan quake death toll climbs to 55

He also met artists and experts working to restore the landmark. This is Harry's first visit to the South Asian country. He will return to Britain on Wednesday.

Watch also 5.7 magnitude earthquake rocks the New Zealand city of Christchurch


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