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From: China Tibet Online 2011-06-06 10:34:00
by: Kristen Zhang
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Tsamkhong Nunnery: the only Nunnery in Lhasa

The view of Tsamkhong Nunnery

The view of Tsamkhong Nunnery [Photo/China Tibet Online]

The Tsamkhong Nunnery built up for the guardian of Sakyamuni Buddha at the bank of Gyiqoi River is known as "Raosai Zankang". The main hall of Tsamkhong Nunnery takes up the area of 20 square meters.

Since the Fifth Dalai Lama, the nunnery was in charged in Sera Monastery.

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