The beautiful dome-shaped structure surrounded by colorful prayer flags and monks draped in red is the favorite sightseeing spot for all the tourists. Boudhanath or Boudha Stupa for the thousands of year has stood up as a symbol of peace, beauty and giant eyes. Situated in Kathmandu, this religious site for Buddhists attracts thousands of tourists every day. The huge center mandala makes up for the largest spherical stupa in the world. Filled with rich architecture, the place is said to be the best spot to explore the blend of Tibetian and Buddhist culture. Due to its cultural history, the popular Buddhist pilgrimage spot has been named as the UNESCO World Heritage Site and has subsequently become the most popular tourist sites in Kathmandu. The stupa dates back to 5th century AD and is said to be built soon after the demise of Lord Buddha and it is believed that hat the stupa contains the remains of Kassapa Buddha. Apart from experiencing the peace and spirituality, tourists can soak in the beauty as well as explore the nearby market where there is the number of traditional shops selling souvenirs like Buddha statues, prayer flags and so much more.

Tourists are advised to visit early morning to avoid the rush and also to witness the beautiful start of the long day at one of the most spectacular sites in the world.

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