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Intro to Tibet. By Peter Ching. History of Tibet. The history of Tibet is a very long one, one that can be traced back to over two thousand years. (red highlighted part is Tibet). Places to visit in Tibet .

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Intro to tibet

Intro to Tibet

By Peter Ching

History of tibet

History of Tibet

  • The history of Tibet is a very long one, one that can be traced back to over two thousand years.(red highlighted part is Tibet)

Places to visit in tibet

Places to visit in Tibet

  • There are many places to visit in Tibet there is the Sera temple (has a a long history of fighting monks), Lhasa (known as the roof of the world) and the potala palace (built for a place of meditation) The Sera temple

The sera temple

The Sera temple

  • The Sera temple has a long history of fighting monks.

  • There is a debating garden, where monks go after they are finished with their morning exercising, to engage in some debates about life. It is thought to be a whetstone, one to sharpen the mind.



  • In Tibet, there is a place called Lhasa. It is known as the place of the gods, roof of the world, place of the gods, etc.

  • It was once the fortress of the Dalai lama when he was exiled.

The potala palace

The Potala palace

  • The Potala palace was originally built by a Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo, it was originally a present to his bride, but later on, the palace was then reconstructed to make a place of quiet meditation, by Lozang Gyatso.

Produced by peter ching

Produced by Peter Ching

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