|Pictures of Drepung, the Tibet's largest monastery that, before the invasion of Tibet from China (the so called "cultural revolution") it was populated by about 10000 monks (today are just 7-800, with several buildings destroyed forever).|
|Pictures of prayers wheels near Drepung monastery's entrance.|
|Pictures of Drepung monastery taken from inside one of the palaces.
|On the left picture, a thangka.On the right picture, a praying monk.|
|The tour to Drepung monastery continues visiting many palaces and their courtyards.|
|On the left picture: a Dalai Lama's trone. On the center, Buddha statues meaning long life. On the right, a library with books.
|Photos of Drepung monastery showing the immense complex of buildings, that is actually a small city.|
|Photos from inside Drepung monastery showing the room of thousand Buddha.|
|The kitchen inside Drepung monastery. Before the invasion from China, these huge pots were used to cook the meals for all the monks of the entire monastery.|
|A vast meeting room in Drepung monastery.|
|Pictures of a beautiful golden Buddha statue from Drepung monastery.
|Other photos between Drepung monastery's streets.|
|The day tour continues with a visit to Sera monastery, not far from Lhasa downtown. In the picture, a stupa with prayers wheels all around.|
|Pictures of prayers wheels.|
|The daily meeing of monks in Sera monastery.|
|View inside one of the temples that composes the complex of Sera monastery.|
|Picture of Sera monastery: a Dalai Lama's trone.|
|The tour continues with a visit to the summer residence of Dalai Lama.|
|Nice doors, with beautiful decorations.
|Norbuling Ka palace: the Dalai Lama's home during summer.
|No pictures permitted inside.|
|Views in the garden and over other palaces that compose the complex belonging to Dalai Lama summer residence.|
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