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Mystery of Sagya scripture wall to be uncovered
The wall of scripture in Sagya Monastery is 60 meters long and 10 meters high.Overall maintenance project of three key historical relics in Tibet kicked off in June, 2002, and Sagya Monastery is included.

Gesar Castles: Tibet's largest castles 2011-05-25
The Gesar Castles, with a history of over 1,600 years, are deemed as the oldest and largest castles in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
Academic publications on archeological research increased 2011-05-11
In recent years, Tibet has produced many publications showcasing the achievements of archeological work of the region.
Tibet's archeological excavation makes fruitful results 2011-05-11
Since 1950s, a set of archeological relics that may belong to the Stone Age have been discovered in Nagqu, Nyingchi's Medog and Shigatse's Tingri, etc.
Songtsan Gambo's born place turns into tourist destination 2011-06-29
Songtsan Gambo, a famous King in Tibet's history and the founder of the Tubo Kingdom was a household name in both Tibet and China.
Stunning Zhada clay forest in Tibet 2011-06-28
Entering into Zhada County, the clay forest standing on both sides of Elephant Spring River covers an area of 2,464 square kilometers.
Gyirong ditch: Tibet's last secret fairyland 2011-05-24
Gyirong famous for its mild climatically conditions and its abundant vegetation is called "the last secret place in Tibet" and "the backyard garden of the Mt. Qomolangma".
Gesar Castles: Tibet's largest castles 2011-05-25
The Gesar Castles, with a history of over 1,600 years, are deemed as the oldest and largest castles in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
3019 historical sites discovered in Tibet 2011-02-12
A total of 3019 historical sites were newly found during the third Tibet survey of historical relics in 2007.
Not King Gesar, but dinosaurs-Tibetans worship big footprints 2011-01-17
The large footprints on the cliff, which look like traces of giants, are mysteries for the native people in Qamdo Prefecture in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, surrounded by white kha-btags year round.
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