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From: China Tibet Information Center 2010-06-19 13:50:00
by: Yanling
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Ta'er Monastery in the shade

the Ta'er Monastery in the shade

On June 17, the Ta'er Monastery in the shade, photo from Xinhua.

The Ta'er Monastery, located in the surburban area of Xining, capital city of China's southwest Qinghai Province has attracted thousands of tourists and pilgrims from home and abroad. It is one of the famous scenic spots in Qinghai famous for its frescoes, embroidery and butter sculpture.

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