Yumbu Lakhang palace
Yumbu Lakhang, the first palace ever built in Tibet, is located on a hill named Zhaxi Ceri, about five kilometers southeast of Nedong County, Shannan Prefecture. At first it was only a small palace, but was expanded by the fifth Dalai Lama and gradually became a Buddhist monastery.
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