Tanggula Mountains 2016-02-05 | From:China Tibet Online
Located in the northeastern part of Tibet and on the border of Qinghai Province, Tanggula Mountains, meaning "mountain in highland" in Tibetan language, has an average height of 6,000 meters.
Mt. Kailash 2016-02-04 | From:China Tibet Online
Kailash means 'the Treasure of Snow Mountain' in Tibetan language. The name originates from the year-round snow on its peak and its historical religious connections.
Barkhor Street of Lhasa, Tibet 2016-02-03 | From:China Tibet Online
Among the millions of streets in China, there is a special one in Lhasa.
Palkhor Monastery 2016-01-25 | From:China Tibet Online
Lying about 230 kilometers (143 miles) south of Lhasa, Pelkhor Choede (Palkhor Monastery or Palcho Monastery) is a monastery having the characteristics of Han, Tibetan and Nepali architecture.
Lhagyari Palace in Tibet 2016-01-22 | From:China Tibet Online
The relic of Lhagyari Palace is located on an abrupt mountain in Qusum County of Lhoka Prefecture in Tibet with a history dating back to the 13th century.
Mt. Yala 2016-01-20 | From:China Tibet Online
Mt. Yala is located at the junction of three counties: Dawu, Kangding and Rongchag, in Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of southwest of China’s Sichuan Province.
Yulong Snow Mountain 2016-01-20 | From:China Tibet Online
Yulong Snow Mountain is located in the Yulong Naxi Autonomous County, Lijiang, southwest China's Yunnan Province.
Tibet's temples and palaces 2016-01-19 | From:China Tibet Online
When speaking of Lhasa, a clear image of the Potala Palace will immediately emerge in people's minds.