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Latitude: 27° 42' 0" N
Longitude: 85° 20' 0" E
Kathmandu is the city by population of Nepal,
and the 172th largest city by population of the World.
Kathmandu is the only city of Nepal with the administrative status
of Mahanagar (Metropolitan City),
as compared to Upa-Mahanagar (Sub-Metropolitan City)
or Nagar (City).
The city of Kathmandu was named after Kasthamandap temple.
In Sanskrit, Kastha means "wood"
and Mandap means "covered shelter".
This temple, also known as Maru Satal (in Newar language),
was built in 1596 by King Laxmi Narsingh Malla.
The two-storey structure is made entirely of wood,
and uses no iron nails nor supports.
According to legend, all the timber used to build this pagoda
was obtained from a single tree.
Archaeological excavations in parts of Kathmandu have found evidence of ancient civilizations.
The oldest of these findings is a statue, found in Maligaon,
that was dated at 185 AD.
The earliest Western reference to Kathmandu
appears in an account of Jesuit Fathers
Johann Grueber and Albert d'Orville.
1661, they passed through Nepal
on their way from Tibet to India
and reported that they reached "Cadmendu,
the capital of the Kingdom of Necbal".
Kathmandu is located in the northwestern part
of Kathmandu Valley
to the north of the Bagmati River
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