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The earthquakes that struck this spring represent the greatest natural disasters to befall Nepal in modern history. See how Possible is committing to build back better. Drone Footage courtesy: Paul Borrud, dronation.com
Watch the full documentary “Nepal Rises” at nepalrises.com Effect.org was one of the first filmmakers shooting the earthquake since they were based in Nepal and India. Within 24 hours their drone was capturing dramatic footage of the destruction.
The Manakamana Temple in Gorkha, the Gorkha Durbar, the Palanchowk Bhagwati, in Kavrepalanchowk, the Rani Mahal in Palpa, the Janaki Mandir in Janakpur, the Churiyamai in Makwanpur, the Dolakha Bhimsensthan in Dolakha, and the Nuwakot Durbar were partially destroyed.
View of Annapurna range and city of Pokhara, Nepal from drone cam. The best starter kit for drone enthusiasts: The best starter kit for drone enthusiasts:
Video by: Tonio Nicolazzi On April 25 2015, a violent 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook Nepal. A second earthquake of 7.3 magnitude struck on May 12. The death toll is 8700 ; the number of injured casualties reaches 22 000. One month later, Anthony Nicolazzi, editor in chief of Trek Magazine, discovers Kathmandu, fort the first
By Paul Borrud. Views from above 24-48 hours after the Nepal Earthquake. The best starter kit for drone enthusiasts: