Baiyu
Ganzizhou
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4.4/5
63 Reviews
Temple
境无界As the largest collection of books in the whole Tibetan area, the Dege Printing Institute, with the roots of wolf poison flower as raw materials made paper to cut, and then use the traditional artifice engraving printing technology, the final printing washed dry.
Nearby City
4.5/5
48 Reviews
Mountain
CD云上Que'ershan tunnel, the last time I passed here is still being built, this time the tunnel has been opened, it is too convenient, I feel that there is no mountain over, has already passed Que'ershan, and such a large project has not yet to pass the toll.
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4.7/5
26 Reviews
Temple
CD云上Ganzi Temple passed several times did not come in, this National Day to the stone canal play, passed here decided to come in to see, outside the temple to look up quite momentum, inside relatively large, few tourists, almost all believers in the inside pray for the Buddha.
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4.5/5
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Grassland
Lake
enjoyzent"Zanduo Cuonama", meaning green gem, 3900 meters above sea level, the lake is not big, but her jasper-like lake crystal clear, will blue sky, white clouds, green trees, green mountains, temples in a group of arms, the shadows of charming demeanor, weather thousands of, is known as "world wonderland, nine days of Dianchi Lake." Because the scenery is beautiful, the photos taken are also durable, now share with friends.
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4.7/5
738 Reviews
Temple
有态度的拍拍Larong Temple Wuming Buddhism College in Seda County is located about 20 kilometers southeast of Seda County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, at an altitude of 4000 meters. Around the mountains, the trench monasteries, centered on the great sutras of the Buddhist Academy, are densely packed with hillsides, and countless orange huts stretch out innumerable ways, beyond the reach of the eye. The red cabins are the residences of more than 10,000 monks (the monks call Zappa, the monks call Kyom the goddess)
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4.7/5
151 Reviews
Temple
M44***19I used to share photos with others when I showed them! I said I was going! I really went alone! I saw the funeral! Myung-teaching school! I caught the groundhog! It smelled! It really did.