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Potala Palace
4.7/5
14,842 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Potala Palace is a transliteration of Sanskrit and is also translated as Putuo. It originally refers to the residence of Guanyin Bodhisattva. The main buildings of the Palace are the White House and the Red Palace. The White House is the place where the Lama lives and conducts political activities. The Red Palace is the spiritual tower and temple of various Lamas. It is praised as one of the top ten greatest buildings in the world. The Potala Palace is a symbol of Tibet. It is the residence of the Lama’s Winter Palace and is also the center of Tibet’s political and religious unity.
Namtso
4.6/5
2,666 Reviews
Namtso is 240 kilometers from Lhasa. It is one of the three largest holy lakes in Tibet and is also a famous holy site for Tibetan Buddhism. The endless snow-capped mountain beside the lake is the Nyainqentanglha Mountain. On a beautiful day, the snow-capped mountains are reflected in the lake, giving a sense of peace and tranquility. There are numerous secular believers who come to Namtso every year on April 15 of the Tibetan calendar to celebrate the Saga Dawa Festival.
Jokhang Temple
4.7/5
3,045 Reviews
Historical Architecture
The Jokhang Temple is the end of the pilgrimage for Tibetan Buddhists. Regardless of its geographical location or status, the Jokhang Temple is a Tibetan Buddhist shrine and center in the hearts of Tibetan Buddhists. It is extremely important in the history of Tibetan Buddhism. The Jokhang Temple has a long history. It was first built by the Tibetan king Songtsan Gambo. The treasure of the temple is the figure of a 12-year-old Sakyamuni brought by Princess Wencheng when she entered Tibet.
Princess Wencheng Drama
4.6/5
1,945 Reviews
The starry sky is the scene, the mountains and rivers are the scenes, the grandeur is magnificent, and the soul is shocked. The classic epic masterpiece of the Tibetan culture, Princess Wencheng, is a large-scale real-life drama. It is based on the natural mountains and rivers of Lhasa. Under the starry sky of the plateau sanctuary, it tells the story of Datang Wencheng. The story of the princess and the Tubo king Songtsan and the pro. The whole drama is full of magnificent scenes, magnificent momentum and ups and downs. It is awesome with beautiful music, touching stories and distorted emotions. It brings Chinese real drama to a new level.

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