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Shigatse Attractions
02
Dec

Tashi Lhunpo monastery

Lying at foot of Nyima mountain in the outskirts of Shigatse, The TashiLhunpo Monastery was built in 1447 under supervision of the first Dalai Lama Gedhun Drupa,one of the disciples of great Master Tsongkapa. Later it has served as the dwelling place for Respetive Panchen Lama. The TashiLhunpo Monastery contains a 22.4 m high glided...
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03
Nov

Sakya Monastery

This monastery is a “must ” for visitors to Tibet. Sakya, meaning “Grey Soil” in Tibetan since the soil surrounding it is gray; its walls were painted in red, white and grey strips, which represent Manjushri, Avalokiteshvara and Vajrapani respectively. Sakya Monastery, reputed as as the “Second Dunhuang”, is the first Sakyapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism created by its initiator Khon Konchog Gyalpo in...
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03
Nov

Palkor Choede Monastery

located at the western end of Changge mountain in Gyangtse county. Palkor monastery was first built in 1414.Its 17 Dratsang (College)belong to three different sects – Sakya, Kadam and Gelug. The palkor moanstery features the combination of all religious sect.The Hall of Tsokchen in the monastery is in majestic splendour.
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03
Nov

Mt Chomolangma

Situated in Tingri County on Sino-Nepalese border, Mt Chomolangma is 8844 metres above sea level, Its massif includes neighbouring peaks Lhotse 8,516 m, Nuptse 7,855 m and Changtse, 7,580 m. . In total They are 4 peaks above 8,000 m, and 38 peaks with elevation over 7,000 m. In Tibetan Buddhist Miyolangsangma, the Goddess of...
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