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A corner of the Trandruk Temple in Lhoka Prefecture of Tibet. [Photo/China Tibet Online]
A look into centuries-old Trandruk Temple in Lhoka, Tibet
Built in the period of King Songtsan Gambo, the Trandruk Temple is located in the south of Gungbort Mountain, two kilometers away from Nedong County in Lhoka Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR).

Johkang Temple renonvation project completes 2011-06-08
LHASA- The ceremony was held marking the completion of the two-year renovation project of the Johkang Monastery in June 8. , China Tibet Online report from Lhasa.
Kejia Temple in Burang County of Ngari Prefecture, China's Tibet 2011-05-17
The Kejia Monastery, close to Nepal and India, is a famous Monastery of Sakya Sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
Largest Tibet monastery to complete repairs 2011-05-08
The preservation project of Drepung Monastery, the largest monastery in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
Drepung Monastery to complete largest maintenance in September 2011-04-18
The largest maintenance project of Drepung Monastery, started in the 2009, is expected to be finished by late September this year.
Ancient Tibetan temples get makeover 2011-04-18
Let's head to southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, where ancient Buddhist temples dating back several centuries are receiving a facelift.
Tibet through the lenses-Jokhang Temple 2011-04-10
Built in 647 by Songtsen Gampo and his two foreign wives, Jokhang Temple has a history of 1,350 years.
Tibet through the lenses-Potala Palace 2011-04-10
To celebrate the achievements the autonomous region has made, CRI news center releases a series of photographs depicting the region's rich natural, cultural and religious resources.
Millenarian Xalhu Monastery 2011-06-14
Built in 1027, Xalhu Monastery locates at 20 kilometers southeast of Shigatse Prefecture of Tibet, which is famous for its Tibetan and Han architectural styles.
Major Tibetan monastery in China requests funds for a face-lift this year 2011-03-23
Labrang, an 18th-century monastery regarded as a top Tibetan Buddhism educational institution in China, has asked for state funds for a major face-lift this year, local officials said Tuesday.
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