Wednesday, May 9, 2018

The remains of the Drukgyel Dzong, formerly a castle and a monastery, sit among the hills of Paro City in western Bhutan. This framework was damaged by flame in the Nineteen fifties and is now a vacationer fascination.

Terraced grain paddies and moving mountains are a common vision throughout the Bhutanese landscapes. Age-old agriculture methods are still typical here, and Bhutan intends to have a 100 % natural farming market by 2020.
Locals admire the evening view of the Tashichho Dzong in Thimphu. Built in 1216, this sprawling complex of shrines, temples, and administrative buildings is the country's seat of power.