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Tibet

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 Tibet, (Bod) pronounced Pö, pinyin: Xi-zàng) is a region of Central Asia and the home of the Tibetan people. With an average elevation of 4,900 m (16,000 ft), it is often called the "Roof of the World". In Western usage, "Tibet" may refer either to the Tibet Autonomous Region or TAR (an administrative subdivision of the People's Republic of China), or to a larger region that the Government of Tibet in Exile has termed historic Tibet, which consists of the traditional provinces of Amdo, Kham, and U-Tsang. The TAR covers the former U-Tsang province and western Kham, the remainder coming under the present-day Chinese provinces of Qinghai, Gansu, Yunnan, and Sichuan; the government of the PRC also claims for the TAR most of the territory of Indian-administered Arunachal Pradesh, a claim which is not acknowledged by the Government of Tibet in Exile.

 Since 1959 the former government of Tibet, led by the 14th Dalai Lama has maintained a government in exile in northern India which claims sovereignty over Tibet, with borders which they have defined as the entirety of what they term "historic Tibet".
 The borders of Historic Tibet as claimed by the Government of Tibet in Exile. The Tibet Autonomous Region does not include the northern and eastern parts of this region, but does claim to include India-controlled Arunachal Pradesh
 The borders of Historic Tibet as claimed by the Government of Tibet in Exile. The Tibet Autonomous Region does not include the northern and eastern parts of this region, but does claim to include India-controlled Arunachal Pradesh (not shown on map).

 Lhasa is the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region and is the traditional capital of Tibet. Other cities in Greater Tibet include Xigazê, Gyangtse, Golmud, Lhatse, Maqin, Pelbar, Sakya, Tingri, Tongren, Xining, Yushu, Zhangmu.

Hostels in Lhasa (Tibet)

Banak Shol Hotel

143, Beijing Donglu
Tel. 632-38-29
Lhasa

Pentoc Guest House

5, Zangyi Lu
Tel. 633-07-00
http://www.pentoc.com/guesthouse.html
Lhasa

   

Kirey Hotel

105, Beijing Donglu
Tel. 632-34-62
Lhasa

Yak Hotel

100, Beijing Donglu
Tel. 632-34-96
Lhasa

   

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