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Pala Manor

Banjuelunbu Village, Jiangre Country, Gyangze County 857400, China
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A particular view

Pala Manor is an interesting stop off en route to Gyantse and depicts a family house as it was... read more

Reviewed 21 June 2014
travelbug47london
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London
Something well worthwhile

Only superficially - on the outside - like one of the monasteries, this gives an excellent insight... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2014
angtravel18
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Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa
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Pala Manor, a well-preserved serf manor, is situated at the Banjorlhunbo Village, 10 minutes’ drive from Gyantse County, Shigatse, Tibet. Once there were a large scale of 37 affiliated small manors, 22 smallholdings, and six lots of grasslands. More than 14,250 cattle were grazed in the grassland with around 2,440 slaves worked on the estate. The slaves needed to do general farm labor, wine production, knitting and sewing, etc. to run the whole manor. There was no human right for the serfs, they were working under harshly treatment and none of them have freedom.
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21 Jun 2014
“A particular view”
19 Apr 2014
“Something well worthwhile”
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Banjuelunbu Village, Jiangre Country, Gyangze County 857400, China
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Reviewed 21 June 2014

Pala Manor is an interesting stop off en route to Gyantse and depicts a family house as it was prior to the Chinese Invasion and the Cultural Revolution. Unfortunately it is ruined by the biased portrayal of the family as slave and serf owners with...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2014

Only superficially - on the outside - like one of the monasteries, this gives an excellent insight into the architecture and layout of a traditional home of a well-to-do Tibetan before the Chinese takeover. There is a well maintained 2-story house built around a courtyard,...More

1  Thank angtravel18
Reviewed 4 January 2012

very nice and beautiful place to visit again and again

1  Thank kinlay p
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