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Meanwhile, iconic UNESCO World Heritage sites and popular tourist attractions – some dating back more than 1,700 years – have been reduced to piles of rubble: Ancient Buddhist temples, stupas and monasteries have all collapsed.
A 260-person strong Israeli military search and rescue crew is in Nepal to help locate survivors in the rubble and has set up a medical field hospital for locals. The circular, clockwise movement around the base of the ancient Buddhist temples and shrines at Swayambhu begins before dawn.
Remote villages, many of them still inaccessible, are feared to have been completely buried, and avalanches were triggered on Mount Everest, killing climbers there.
Aftershocks and tremors continue, terrifying Nepalis and reaching all the way into neighboring China and India.
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