The picture shows the country | Qinghai-Tibet Scientific Expedition: Field Research on the Capital Ruins of the Guge Dynasty in Tibet, China

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On August 4, Zanda County, Ngari Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region, China’s second comprehensive scientific expedition to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau for the 2022 summer scientific expedition mission ( Qinghai-Tibet Scientific Expedition) Team “History of Human Activities and Its Influence” conducted a field investigation at the capital site of the Guge Dynasty (966-1630). It is understood that the total area of ​​the ruins of the capital of the Guge Dynasty is 750,000 square meters, with an altitude of about 3,900 meters. There are 1,416 architectural relics such as caves, bunkers, and white pagodas. The entire building is large in scale, rigorous in layout, and magnificent. It was listed as the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units. (Photo by China News Agency reporter Sun Zifa)

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