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    Yonghe Temple (雍和宫) is a Tibetan temple and monastery in Beijing. Built during the Qing dynasty, it was an important religious site for the Manchu rulers of China. It survived the infamous Cultural Revolution and was reopened as a museum in 1981. Though it is officially a "museum" the place is open for worship and here the statue of Tsongkhapa (ཙོང་ཁ་པ།) is the subject of adoration by the many acolytes.
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    Date Uploaded: Jun 5, 2017
    Location: Beijing, Beijing, China
    Copyright: © Thirteenth Knight Photography
    Categories: Culture, People, Travel