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.
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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.