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1350-3821 - Potala palace, former Dalai Lama residence in Lhasa in Tibet. The Potala Palace is a dzong fortress in the city of Lhasa, in Tibet. It was the winter palace of the Dalai Lamas from 1649 to 1959, has been a museum since then, and is a World Heritage Site since 1994.
1350-3748 - World famous Sydney Opera House and Harbour bridge at sunset. Blurred clouds and lights of landmarks reflect in blurred waters of Harbour. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
1350-3822 - La Ken La pass or Laken pass at 5190 metres on the road to remote Nam Tso Lake Tibet. Namtso Lake Tibet China. Prayer flags next to the base of Mount Nyenchen Tanglha 7111 meters high, Tibet China. One of the holy mountains for Tibetans. The Nyenchen Tanglha is the highest peak of the Nyainqentanglha mountain. It is located near Lhasa, on the Qinghai-Tibet paved road. It is surrounded by grassy plains from Damshung to the south and to the picturesque sacred Nam Tso Lake (4,700 m, one of the largest lakes in the world) in the north.
1350-3824 - Namtso lake or Nam tso lake in Tibet China. Nam Tso Lake is the second largest lake in Tibet, and one of the most famous places on the "Roof of the World". The lake itself is located at an altitude of 4,718 m, and has an area of 1,920 km². This lake is the largest of the lakes in the Tibet Autonomous Region, although it is not the largest on the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, a title that belongs to Lake Qinghai, more than twice the area of Namtso, which is more than 1,000 km, in the northeast, in Qinghai province.
1350-3823 - La Ken La pass or Laken pass at 5190 metres on the road to remote Nam Tso Lake Tibet. Namtso Lake Tibet China. Prayer flags next to the base of Mount Nyenchen Tanglha 7111 meters high, Tibet China. One of the holy mountains for Tibetans. The Nyenchen Tanglha is the highest peak of the Nyainqentanglha mountain. It is located near Lhasa, on the Qinghai-Tibet paved road. It is surrounded by grassy plains from Damshung to the south and to the picturesque sacred Nam Tso Lake (4,700 m, one of the largest lakes in the world) in the north.