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Bhutan

(2008)
The Kingdom of Bhutan is an extraordinary country with amazing architecture and preserved traditions of Tibetan Buddhisms

Paro
 
Dzong (fortified monastery) in Paro, 17th c.
Punakha
 
Punakha Dzong is considered to be the most
beautiful building Bhutan's, 17th c.
Modlitební mlýnky
 
Prayer wheels in the wall of a monastery.
Thimphu
 
Thimphu is the world's only capital without
traffic lights.
Dekorace

Lama Drukpa Kunley (1455-1529) killed according
a legend a demon with his penis. Since then his penis
protects houses in Bhutan against bad demons.

Bhutánci
 
Bhutanese with prayer wheels visiting
 a monastery.
Taktshang Goemba

Taktshang monastery is situated high up on a rock.
 It was built in 17th c. In 1998 a fire completely
destroyed the building. By 2005 the monastery
was reconstructed.
Paro
 
A house in Paro with chillies. In Bhutan are chilies not only
a spice but also an entire dish.
Mönche

Tshechu (religious festival in honour of Guru Rinpoche)
in Wangdue Phodrang Dzong: monks ceremony.
Wangdue Tshechu

Tshechu in Wangdue Phodrang Dzong: monks ceremony.
Wangdue
                    Tshechu

Tshechu in Wangdue Phodrang Dzong: monks ceremony.
Wangdue
                  Tshechu

Tshechu in Wangdue Phodrang Dzong: dance  of the 
rakshas.
Wangdue
                  Tshechu

Tshechu in Wangdue Phodrang Dzong: dance  of the 
rakshas.
Wangdue
                    Tshechu

Tshechu in Wangdue Phodrang Dzong: dance  of the 
rakshas.
Trongsa

Trongsa Dzong (16th c.) belongs to the most
formidable in Bhutan.

Trongsa

Trongsa Dzong.
Bumthang

Tamshing Choedpa Phala festival,
Bumthang.
Bumthang

Bhutanese in their best apparel watching a
festival.
Bumthang

Shutters in a monastery in Bumthang.
Punaka

One of the Four Heavenly Kings - mural painting
in a monastery.






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