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Mount Everest View Point, Rongpu Monastery, Tibet
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Everest View Point, Rongpu Monastery, Tibet. Rongpu monastery is 90 kilometers away from the Tingri County seat and it is 5,800 meters above the sea level. This temple is mentioned to be the highest monastery in the world. From its view point, the scenery of Mount Everest (North Face) is really fantastic. Rongpu Monastery was originally constructed by Red Sect Lamas in1899, although it is not as old as other monasteries in Tibet, it is famous for its high latitude and Mount Everest view pont.

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