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At an altitude of 3,683 metres. Lhasa is one of the world’s highest cities, and the heart and soul of Tibet. Looming over the city is the architectural marvel, the Potala Palace, Lhasa’s cardinal landmark, and the traditional winter residence of the Dalai Lamas. The greatest sights around Lhasa, such as the sacred Jokhang temple, the Norbu Lingka and the Barkhor market area, all proclaim Tibet’s unique past and are testament to the fact that the Tibetan people and their religion are inseparable.

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