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Long-historied Naimu Temple in Tibet

2013-07-01 16:28:41



Photo taken on June 26, 2013 shows a mural painting at the main hall of the Naimu Temple in Zharen town of Anduo county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region. The Naimu Temple, built in 1840, belongs to the Gelugpa sect of the Tibetan Buddhism. [Photo/Xinhua]

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