Renovation project of the Sera Monastery in Lhasa, capital city of southwestern China's Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), officially started on September 11.
With a total investment of about 46 million yuan, the project includes maintenance of the Coqen Hall, Ngaba Zhacang (Tantric School) and other buildings of the Sera Monastery.
Built in 1419, the Sear Monastery, one of the three major monasteries of Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, was listed as the second batch of state key protected cultural relics.
As reported, The renovation of the Sera Monastery strictly follows a principle that the architectures will sustain what they used to be before.
Source: China Tibet Information Center
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