Gyaca, Tibet

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Gyaca

རྒྱ་ཚ་
Gyaca is located in Tibet
Gyaca
Gyaca
Location within Tibet
Coordinates: 29°8′35″N 92°35′31″E / 29.14306°N 92.59194°E / 29.14306; 92.59194Coordinates: 29°8′35″N 92°35′31″E / 29.14306°N 92.59194°E / 29.14306; 92.59194
CountryChina
RegionTibet
PrefectureShannan Prefecture
CountyGyaca County
Population
 • Total
 • Major Nationalities
Tibetan
 • Regional dialect
Tibetan language
Time zone+8

Gyaca (རྒྱ་ཚ་), also known as Drumpa, is a township in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, approximately 155 kilometres (96 mi) from Lhasa. It is the seat of Gyaca County in the Shannan Prefecture and lies on a bend in the Brahmaputra River. It contains the Dakpo Tratsang Monastery and government offices for Gyaca County.

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