Dodé Valley

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Sera Utsé Hermitage, edge of the Dodé Valley

The Dodé Valley or Dog bde is a northern suburb of Lhasa, Tibet. A number of historical hermitages belonging to Sera Monastery are located here including the Purbuchok Hermitage and Sera Utsé Hermitage. The hills around the valley are known as the Purbuchok mountains. It is a common location for hiking from Lhasa.[1]

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