• Barkor Street
    Barkor Street 2011-05-16 | From:

    Located in the old area of Lhasa City, Tibet, Barkor Street is a very ancient round street surrounding the Jokhang Temple and the Tibetan people are always proud of it.

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  • Palkor Monastery
    Palkor Monastery 2011-05-16 | From:

    Palkor Monastery is composed of four parts: the Coqen Hall, the Buddhist Pagoda, Zhacang(or Tibetan Buddhist college), and the Bounding Wall.

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  • Bome of Nyingchi
    Bome of Nyingchi 2011-03-29 | From:

    The Bome County lies in the neighboring area between Himalaya and Mt. Nyainqentanglha
    of east Tibet.

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  • Palkor Monastery
    Palkor Monastery 2011-05-16 | From:

    Palkor Monastery is composed of four parts: the Coqen Hall, the Buddhist Pagoda, Zhacang(or Tibetan Buddhist college), and the Bounding Wall.

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  • Qangtang Grassland
    Qangtang Grassland 2010-09-17 | From:

    Qiangtang, the meaning of northern highland, refers to the north Tibetan plateau.

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  • Samye Monastery 2010-09-17 | From:

    On the northern bank of the Yarlung Zambo River in Chanang County, Shannan Prefecture, the monastery was built in 779 under the supervision of Master Padmasambhava and Tibetan King Trisong Detsen.

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  • Zhada clay forest
    Zhada clay forest 2011-05-16 | From:

    In Zhada County of Nagri Prefecture in western Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), the clay forest standing on both sides of Xiangquan River extends more than 175 kilometers.

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  • Namjiagbarwa Peak
    Namjiagbarwa Peak 2010-09-19 | From:

    Namjagbarwa is a cloud-kissing peak, meaning a spear piercing into the sky.

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