Preserving Tibetan Cultural Relics

China Plus Published: 2017-09-29 15:44:40
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Visitors Marvel at the Magnificence of the Potala Palace.  [Photo: China Plus]

Visitors Marvel at the Magnificence of the Potala Palace.  [Photo: China Plus]

Travellers to Tibet have been thrilled not only by its natural beauty, magnificent rivers, mountains and valleys, but also the region’s rich and unique cultural treasures. 

The Potala Place, Jokhang Temple, Sakya Monastery, and the Thangka Art are just some of wonders and miracles that have a worldwide reputation.

We now take you to Lhasa, the capital city of the Tibet Autonomous Region, to enjoy the sights and sounds of the holy city and find out how the priceless Tibetan cultural relics are being well preserved today. 



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