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Tibet Building Structures
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Tibetan building

Image depicts a large Tibetan building, possibly a temple or a monastery. Traditional Tibetan architectural features visible here include a structure with multiple windows to let in sunlight and a flat roof to preserve heat. These dwellings are often constructed with a combination of wood, rocks, cement, and earth. Several figures are seated in front of this dwelling near a row of drums.

Gyantse Jong

Item is a negative showing Gyanste Jong from a distance. Gyantse is also visible at the bottom lefthand side of the image.

Gyantse Jong

Item is a negative showing Gyanste Jong located at the top of a spur from a distance. There are several buildings at the bottom of the spur.

Gyantse Jong

Item is a negative showing a Gyantse Fort, located on the top of a rocky spur. There are smaller buildings at the bottom of the spur.

Main temple

Item is a negative showing the an entrance way to the main temple in Gyantse.

[New] fort [at] Gyantse

Item is a negative showing a large stone building with walls. There is a mountain in the background.

Gyantse (Stupa)

Item is a negative showing Gyantse village from above. The town's monastery is visible in the centre of the image.

Gyantse

Item is a negative showing several buildings in the village of Gyantse.

Gyantse Jong

Item is a negative showing Gyanste Jong from a distance.

Gyantse Jong

Item is a negative showing Gyanste Jong located at the top of a spur from a distance.

Gyantse Jong

Item is a negative showing Gyanste Jong located at the top of a spur from a distance.

Tibetan building from a distance

Image depicts another view of the possibly religious structure depicted in item a033049. In addition to the architectural details noted earlier (many windows, flat roof, structure comprised of wood, earth, stone, and cement) this view depicts a prayer wheel, a cylindrical wheel on a spindle), visible on the roof, centre left of the image. The four sided walls indicate that this building may be located in the Ladakh region. A collection of drums and many seated individuals are visible in front of the building and one person appears to be dancing.