The amount of shocking pictures after the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal is growing every minute on Twitter and other social platforms. The death toll rises too: 4,400 with at least 8,000 injured, according to Nepalese police.
Two days of horror have set Nepal’s economy back by more than decade.
Still, on Saturday morning Nepal exhibited historical architectural sites for tourists, (the nation is highly dependent on tourism), now most of them ruins, including Dharahara Tower – a nine-story structure and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in 1832 on orders from the queen and Maju Deval temple which built in 1690.
Many countries in the world have pledged immediate aid and supplies, and while thousands of us are trying to help poor people after the worst country’s earthquake in 80 years, other are simply using the tragedy for another reason to take a selfie…