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  • Welcome to Tibet plateau..Potala palace
  • beautiful monastery statues...
  • ..Buddha display...
  • ...more than thousand monasteries...

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Take the Tibet train to Lhasa

Tibet train

Qinghai-Tibet Railway is the world's highest railway. 960 kilometers' tracks are located at more than 4,000 meters above sea level and the highest point is 5,072 meters, at least 200 meters higher than the Peruvian railway in the Andes, which was formerly the world's most elevated track.

Relese: 27.01.2008.

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Cham dance

Kham, or ‘Chuzhi Gang Dru’, literally meaning four rivers and six ranges; the part of greater Tibet that spills into Southern Sichuan and Yunnan's northern reaches, is a wild and uncharted area of rushing rivers, sentinel snow peaks, grazing yaks, breathtaking scenery, deep canyons, virgin spruce and pine forests, and a treasure house of biodiversity . It is both the most populated (strictly relative) and, arguably, culturally richest region of greater Tibet. The trail heads into some truly remote areas, taking in several rarely visited monasteries and towns, and overall getting the full flavour of this remarkable region, before dropping down off the plateau into NW Yunnan. An adventure that will immerse you in the culture, ecology, and contemporary lifestyles of this intriguing corner of the world: meet fascinating ethnic minorities in their traditional picturesque villages...

Relese: 27.11.2000.

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  • Butter sculpture

Tibet, also known as the Land of Snows and the roof of the world, has often attracted the imagination and wonder of Westerners. A region of thriving religious and cultural life, this historically Buddhist kingdom is loved by explorers, adventure travelers, and the spiritually and culturally curious. Explore a way of life untouched through the centuries, traditional festivals witnessed nowhere else, or the breathtaking wonders of this unique natural terrain. Let Amzing Tibet Tours take you on a journey you will never forget.

At present,"Tibet" refers to Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's republic of China. Under its jurisdiction are Lhasa City, six prefectures (Shigatse, Shannan, Nyingchi, Chamdo, Nagqu and Ngari) and 76 counties, spread over an area of 1.2 million square kilometers. Its borders are; the Jinsha River in the east, the Outer Himalaya Mountains in the south, the Karakorum Mountains and the Himalaya Mountains in the west, and the Kunlun Mountains, and the Tanggula Mountains in the north. In Tibet's early history this region was divided into four parts, namely, Wei, Zang, Ngari and Duomai (present-day Chamdo Prefectue). During the Tang Dynasty (618-907) Songtsan Gambo (?-650) established the Tubo Kingdom here. During the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), this region was called Tubot or Dbus-gTsang. In an imperial decree issued in 1663 by Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) the "Panchen Hutuktu of Tibet" was mentioned. Snce then, the region has been called Tibet. Tibet, located on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, have been the venues where various ethnic groups intercourse, clash and blend. In addition to the Tibetans, there are other ethnic groups living there from generation to generation, including ancient ethnic minorities such as Xianbei, Huihu and Dangxiang, and the Mongols, Han, Hui, Salar, Qiang, and Naxi. They have worked hard to develop these areas. After the collapse of the Tubo Kingdom in the ninth century, these belonged to different local regimes, or were unified by the central government. After the founding of the Qing Dynasty in the 17th century, with support of the central government, the Gelupa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism ruled Tibet, but the former local government of Tibet headed by the Dalai Lama never had jurisdiction over the Tibetan areas outside of Tibet. It was after the founding of the People's Republic of China that the state instituted the system of regional ethnic autonomy, which gave rise to the establishment of autonomous regions, prefectures and counties. This not only guarantees the equal rights of the Tibetan people in various areas, but is also beneficial to the administration and economic and cultural development of various Tibetan autonomous area.

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