Tachog Lhakhang Bridge

Tachog Lhakhang Bridge

impressive 14th century iron bridge over the mighty Paro river

Location: 

Tachog Lhakhang Bridge, Bhutan

Duration: 

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Tachog Lhakhang Bridge: replica of a historic bridge
  2. Paro River: bridge over one of Bhutan's major rivers
  3. Lam Thangthong Gyalpo: a 14th century Tibetan craftsman
  4. Saga: the Tibetan craftsman built over 58 bridges in Bhutan
  5. Journey: overland from Paro Airport to Thimphu

Image sources

  1. Amazing guide from Firefox Tours
  2. Green landscape around the bridge
  3. Tachog Lhakhang Bridge (replica)
  4. Stupika in memory of the deceased
  5. Me spinning the prayer wheels

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