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Mangnang Monastery in 1866
|Location||Ngari Prefecture, Tibet|
|Date established||11th century|
Mangnang Monastery was a Buddhist monastery in western Tibet. Founded in the 11th century, it was visited by the British in 1866, who photographed it. The photographs are now part of the Royal Geographical Society. The monastery was probably destroyed in 1959.
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