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2020-11-06 17:51:00China Tibet Online

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

The annual wall painting of the 1,300-year-old World Heritage site started from Oct. 26 and took almost a week. Many residents of Lhasa voluntarily joined in the annual exterior renovation works, mixing ultra-fine lime, delivering lime slurry and spraying the paint onto the walls.

 

 

 

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