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*'''Mebar Tsho''' (Burning Lake). A place where some of Guru Rinpoche's scriptural treasures (Tib:terma) were discovered in the 15th century by the famous treasure discover Pema Lingpa
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*'''Mebar Tsho''' (Burning Lake). A place where some of Guru Rinpoche's scriptural treasures (Tib:terma) were discovered in the 15th century by the famous treasure seeker Pema Lingpa
*'''Ugyen Choling Palace''', Ugyen Choling Village. The original building was constructed in the 16th century, but was partly rebuild after being damaged in the 1897 earthquake. The palace also has associations with the great Buddhist saint Lonchen Rabjam. Today the building serves as a museum, preserving the rich religious and cultural history of Tang and Bumthang.
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*'''Ugyen Choling Palace''', Ugyen Choling Village. The original building was constructed in the 16th century, but was partly rebuilt after being damaged in the 1897 earthquake. The palace also has associations with the great Buddhist saint Lonchen Rabjam. Today the building serves as a museum, preserving the rich religious and cultural history of Tang and Bumthang.
  
 
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Tang is a small village in Bhutan famous for its sacred Buddhist sites.

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  • Mebar Tsho (Burning Lake). A place where some of Guru Rinpoche's scriptural treasures (Tib:terma) were discovered in the 15th century by the famous treasure seeker Pema Lingpa
  • Ugyen Choling Palace, Ugyen Choling Village. The original building was constructed in the 16th century, but was partly rebuilt after being damaged in the 1897 earthquake. The palace also has associations with the great Buddhist saint Lonchen Rabjam. Today the building serves as a museum, preserving the rich religious and cultural history of Tang and Bumthang.

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  • Ugyen Choling Palace, Ugyen Choling Village. This converted palace offers four small and two large rooms. The remainder of the building is a museum and residence.

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