Um drone que sobrevoou a cidade de Katmandu, no Nepal, captou imagens da destruição que assolou a cidade após o forte sismo que atingiu a cidade no passado sábado.

As imagens mostram vários pontos da cidade e a destruição de vários edifícios, como a torre de Dharahara e o templo de Kasthamandap. Nos vídeos, filmados por Kishor Rana, residente no Nepal, é ainda possível ver uma cratera que se abriu numa estrada em Baneshwor. 

«São tempos desesperantes, mas temos de permanecer unidos em tempos como estes. Aqui estão as filmagens que fiz hoje depois do sismo de 7,9 que nos atingiu ontem. Com todo o respeito pelas famílias das vítimas, não fiz filmagens do resgate de vítimas. Não perdemos apenas vidas e casas, perdemos também várias peças de herança cultural. Estas imagens são de todos os sítios culturais que ficaram destruídos pelos sismo», escreveu Kishor Rana no Facebook.
 
Patan Durbar Square

These are desperate times but we must all unite together in times like these. Here are the footages I took today of the aftermath of the 7.9 earthquake that hit us yesterday. Out of respect to the victims family, I did not take footages of live rescues taking place. We not only lost many lives and homes but we lost many pieces of our cultural heritage, our history. These are the footages of all the ancient cultural heritage sites that were destroyed during the earthquake.

Posted by Kishor Rana on Segunda-feira, 27 de Abril de 2015
 
Bhaktapur

These are desperate times but we must all unite together in times like these. Here are the footages I took today of the aftermath of the 7.9 earthquake that hit us yesterday. Out of respect to the victims family, I did not take footages of live rescues taking place. We not only lost many lives and homes but we lost many pieces of our cultural heritage, our history. These are the footages of all the ancient cultural heritage sites that were destroyed during the earthquake.

Posted by Kishor Rana on Segunda-feira, 27 de Abril de 2015
 
Durbar Square

These are desperate times but we must all unite together in times like these. Here are the footages I took today of the aftermath of the 7.9 earthquake that hit us yesterday. Out of respect to the victims family, I did not take footages of live rescues taking place. We not only lost many lives and homes but we lost many pieces of our cultural heritage, our history. These are the footages of all the ancient cultural heritage sites that were destroyed during the earthquake.

Posted by Kishor Rana on Segunda-feira, 27 de Abril de 2015