This is the very last square among four charming square. For the reason that it is situated near exist a point in Bhaktapur, most people prefer to visit this place at last. Being the last square to be visited, it again gives a bunch of surprises. This square is named after the Dattatreya temple, where Dattatreya, a part of the trinity is worshipped.
If you walk toward north from this temple, you’ll see a salayan Ganesh temple and behind it a giant manmade pond dedicated to Lord Ganesh. The pond is called Ganesh pokhari. There is another temple in front of the Dattatreya temple, named after bhimsen temple. Bhimsen is said to be the god of trade. There is another franchise stone tap behind this temple of course named bhimsen pokhari.
The Vishnu temple also called as Narayan temple is also set in front of the Dattatreya temple but in the right corner of the temple. These temples had their own consequences, besides these temples, there are two more things that made this square so valuable, The woodcarving museum and the brass and bronze museum. These museums have a large collection of woodcarvings as well as metal craftsmanship of ancient Bhaktapur kingdom respectively.
There is again one spectacular thing left behind in all these things. The very famous peacock window. You need to adopt a narrow street to reach that place, where you can slacken and peacefully adore the decorative window.