The historic Dharahara tower, a landmark in Nepal's capital of Kathmandu, collapsed during a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Saturday. Its rubble trapped around 200 people, according to reports.
Dharahara, which first opened to the public 10 years ago, had a balcony on the eighth floor where visitors could look out over part of Kathmandu, according to The Times of India.
The nine-story tower was built in 1832. A century later, in 1934, Dharahara was rocked by an even more powerful earthquake than Saturday's that killed around 16,000 people, the Wall Street Journal reported.