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  • Nine Dragon Wall

    The Nine Dragon Wall in Datong was erected in 1392 as a screen in front of the prince residence of the 13th son Zhu Guidai of the first Ming emperor Zhu Yuanzhang in 1392 in the Ming Dynasty.

  • Yingxian Wooden Pagoda

    Yingxian Wooden Pagoda-the world's oldest and tallest wooden pagoda was first built in 1056 in the Liao Dyasty (907 - 1125). It has become fragile after weathering climatic changes, numerous earthquakes and cannon attacks. Thechnicians repaired i

  • Tibetan Funeral Forms

    The Tibetan funeral customs have been greatly influenced by Tibetan Buddhism and Bon Religion. Generally, funeral rituals practiced in Tibet are stupa burial, sky burial, fire burial, water burial, earth burial and tree burial.

  • Tibetan Monks and Lamas

    Religious life in Tibet revolves around monks and monasteries. The Tibetan word for monk is "trapa," which means "student" or "scholar". It is used to describe the three main categories of monastery residents: students (monks)

  • Religion Of Tibet

    The Tibet Religion has made a great effect on the history, culture and life of Tibetan people for thousands of years. Almost people are faithful to it. Religion is very important to the Tibetans with everything being centered around it.

  • Tibetan Butter Tea

    Butter tea, also known as Po Cha or Goor Goor in local Ladakhi terms, is a drink of the Tibetans and some other ethnic groups in southwestern China. It is traditionally made from tea leaves, yak (or sheep) butter, and salt.

  • Tibet Museum

    The Tibet Museum is located in the southeast corner of the Norbu Lingka Park, Lhasa City. Covering an area of 53,959 square meters, the museum houses numerous collections of Buddhist sculptures, paintings, jade wares, and ritual objects.

  • Zhigongti Temple

    The Zhigong Kagyu was once a strong sect in ancient Tibet and they built their temple nearly as big as the mountain. During the Sakya Kingdom, the monks of the Zhigongti Temple clashed with the monks of Sakya Monastery.

  • Tashilumpo Monastery

    The Tashilumpo (Tashilhunpo) Monastery, literally known as "Auspicious Sumeru Temple", is the largest temple in the town of Shigatse. It is the traditional seat of successive Panchen Lamas, and the second highest ranking tulku lineage in the

  • Drepung Monastery

    Drepung Monastery is one of the "great six" Gelukpa university (yellow sect of Lamaism) monasteries of Tibet. It is located on the Gambo Utse Mountain, about 10km from the western part of Lhasa. Covering an area of 250,000 square meters, Drep