Lhasa

Lhasa

exploring the very old, yet modern capital of Tibet (now China)

Location: 

Lhasa, China

Duration: 

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Lhasa: capital of Tibetinfo-icon (Autonomous Region)
  2. Modern: wide roads, traffic lights, concrete buildings
  3. Historic: the old city is neatly integrated into the new
  4. Highlights: Potala PalaceBarkhorLhasa Great Mosque
  5. Journey: staying a few short days in Lhasa

Image sources

  1. View from the Potala Palace
  2. One of many new buildings
  3. Barkhor Square
  4. Local fruit market
  5. Electro TucTuc

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