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Sengeshong Monastery: a cradle of Rebgong art
2014-04-14 11:47:00
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by: Lethe Guo
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Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is kn
Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is known as the cradle of Rebgong art represented by Rebgong style Thangka, barbola, and sculpture. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or
Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or Rebgong) County in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Sengeshong Monastery consists of Sengge Shongyago Monastery and Sengge Shongmago Monastery. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Sengge Shongmago Monastery is the temple that has
Sengge Shongmago Monastery is the temple that has collected the most typical and largest number of Rebgong art works and is the place that owns the classical art treasures of Rebgong School. It was open to the public in 1987 and was enlisted as national cultural relic protection site. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is kn
Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is known as the cradle of Rebgong art represented by Rebgong style Thangka, barbola, and sculpture. Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or Rebgong) County in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Sengeshong Monastery consists of Sengge Shongyago Monastery and Sengge Shongmago Monastery. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is kn
Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is known as the cradle of Rebgong art represented by Rebgong style Thangka, barbola, and sculpture. Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or Rebgong) County in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Sengeshong Monastery consists of Sengge Shongyago Monastery and Sengge Shongmago Monastery. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is kn
Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is known as the cradle of Rebgong art represented by Rebgong style Thangka, barbola, and sculpture. Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or Rebgong) County in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Sengeshong Monastery consists of Sengge Shongyago Monastery and Sengge Shongmago Monastery. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is kn
Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is known as the cradle of Rebgong art represented by Rebgong style Thangka, barbola, and sculpture. Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or Rebgong) County in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Sengeshong Monastery consists of Sengge Shongyago Monastery and Sengge Shongmago Monastery. [Photo/China Tibet Online]

Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is kn
Built in 1385 A.D., the Sengeshong Monastery is known as the cradle of Rebgong art represented by Rebgong style Thangka, barbola, and sculpture. Located on the bank of Rongwo River in Tongren (or Rebgong) County in Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of northwest China's Qinghai Province, the Sengeshong Monastery consists of Sengge Shongyago Monastery and Sengge Shongmago Monastery. [Photo/China Tibet Online]


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