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Nanwu Si Monastery

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Nanwu Si Monastery

Nanwu Si Monastery
Nanwu Si Monastery
Coordinates:

30°2′29″N 101°57′17″E / 30.04139°N 101.95472°E / 30.04139; 101.95472

Monastery information
Location Kangding, Kangding County, Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China
Type Tibetan Buddhist
No. of monks 80

Nanwu Si Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery west of the town of Kangding in Kangding County of the Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, in Sichuan Province, southwestern China.

The complex of traditional architecture is located in the historical Tibetan region of Kham. The monastery is home to about 80 Buddhist monks.

See also

References

  • Lonely Planet — Nanwu Si

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