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nnnnn world heritage sites crumbled to dust nepal says ninety percent of its unesco protected areas have been destroyed by the monster earthquake that ravaged the country killing more than seven thousand people i am sure we get a sinful reuter standing by what used to be the spectacular darpa square in pots and city in the suburb of cartman do built centuries ago this used to be one of the city's main tourist attraction , now it's just a pile of rubble which are one of the many buildings devastated by the earthquake restoring these iconic landmarks will take countless man hours , and cost millions of dollars , there are three w. squares in and around the capital their ancient temples idols courts and fountains all major crowd pleasers for thousands of tourists until the quake struck ten days ago but the destruction is far more widespread with nearly two hundred cultural sites badly hit i thing i promise you , i have to seven years , because this isn't necessary , the government has begun the mammoth task of clearing the ancient areas pulverized by the quake but officials say the real challenge will be redesigning the spectacular structures , meticulous drawings of each and everyone must be laid out to the inch , architects will the need to focus on the materials that were originally used recreating colors and intricate carvings , the united nations is offering to help with the work that will hopefully bring tourists back to nepal ill be grueling work but the country is determined to see it through