A narrow alley ran through the Thamel district of Kathmandu. Both sides were lined with four- or five-story buildings, and the alley was dimly lit even in the daytime. A figure of a girl and a boy were walking down such a dimly lit alley.
The maze-like alley was too narrow for automobiles to pass through. Even if a fire broke out, fire engines would not be able to get in, and since the buildings are built right next to each other, the flames would spread through the buildings to wherever it would spread. Or perhaps there have never been such large-scale fires in Kathmandu, even though there have been earthquakes?
|Feb 2010 IN THE CITY NEPAL|
|ALLEYWAY FIGURE KATHMANDU WINDOW|
February 8, 2010
May 6, 2023
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