Dzongs and Chortens | Thimphu to Wangdue, Bhutan

DECORATIVE DOORS AND PASSAGEWAYS       Doorways are creatively adorned with architectural details, drawings, and paintings that give each passageway a unique look and sense of importance, contrasting against the whitewashed stone walls.

6 responses to “Dzongs and Chortens | Thimphu to Wangdue, Bhutan

  1. Pingback: Punakha Dzong, Kingdom of Bhutan | TravelBloggers.on.WordPress·

    • We spent about 12 days in Bhutan, including the 5 days of trekking between Paro and Thimphu. More time, of course, would be required to experience the entire country (we did not have the chance to visit the eastern half of Bhutan. I highly recommend visiting this very friendly, very scenic and interesting part of the world.

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