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The Tibetan Yak Museum is part of the Lhasa Mass Culture and Sports Center and one of the Beijing Tibet aid projects.It is located in Liuwu New District, on the south bank of Lhasa, Lhasa City, east of Lhasa Railway Station, with a construction area of 8,088 square meters and an outdoor exhibition area of...
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Ancient Temple Shungseb Nunnery Temple, located on the half-slope of Chubi Mountain on the south bank of Lhasa, the environment is elegant, surrounded by shrubs, and the forest is inhabited by birds and animals. The temple has been built for more than 900 years and is the largest red nun temple in the county. The...
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Drak Yerpa Monastery is in Dazi County, north of Lhasa City, at the foot of Yerba Mountain, 4000 meters above sea level. Yerba Temple, founded in the 7th century, was built by Emperor Songtsan Gampo and princess Mongnsa. According to the records of the U-tsang, The main hall of Yeba Temple is provided with a...
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From Lhasa to Namtso, on 109 National Highway, you need to pass Nyenchen Tangla Mountain Observation deck (altitude 4640 meters), is the best location to view Nyenchen Tangla Mountain main peak, which is altitude of 7111 meters. In fact, the“observation deck ” is a temporary stop on the side of the road, a row of...
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The Brahmaputra River cuts deeply from west to east, and to go further it must be a steep slope of about 60 degrees, all the way to the edge of the river at an altitude of 3,500 meters. The mountain road runs parallel to the river at 20 meters high from the river, and on...
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