亚洲免费无码中文在线-在线看黄av免费-亚洲欧美AV中文日韩二区-2019最新国产不卡a

 
   Building  

Tak Sang Monastery

 Great Buildings  Search  Advanced  Buildings  Architects  Types  Places  3D Models  Pix      
Architect Vernacular
Location Bhutan   map
Building Type collective housing, monastery
 Construction System bearing masonry
Climate alpine
Context cliffside
Style Tibetan/Himalayan Vernacular
Images

 

Available on The GBC CD-ROM.   Contributions appreciated

Discussion Tak Sang Monastery Commentary

"The Tak Sang cave monastery is...[a] major pilgrimage site, perched precariously near the top of a 4,000-foot precipice. Within it is the sacred cave where Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated."

—Robert Z. Apte, Ph.D. Three Kingdoms on the Roof of the World. Berkeley: Parallax Press, 1990. p29.

Resources Sources on Tak Sang Monastery

Robert Z. Apte. Three Kingdoms on the Roof of the World - Bhutan, Nepal, Ladakh. Photographs by Robert Z. Apte. Berkeley: Parallax Press, 1990. ISBN 0938077333. aerial photo, p8. — Available at Amazon.com

Kevin Matthews. The Great Buildings Collection on CD-ROM. Artifice, 2001. ISBN 0-9667098-4-5.—

 

Search the architecture for more references on Tak Sang Monastery
 

Web Resources Links on Tak Sang Monastery

Search Amazon.com for books about Vernacular Architecture

Find, add, and edit info at the all-buildings collaboration

Google   

We appreciate your  suggestions  for links about Tak Sang Monastery.

 Great Buildings  Search | Model Viewing Tips | | | | | | |  
to design and building newsletters by ArchitectureWeek!

Quick Search by name of Building, Architect, or Place:   
Examples:  "Fallingwater",  "Wright",  "Paris"       Advanced Search
Send this to a friend | Contribute | | Link | Credits | | | Suggestions

Special thanks to  .  

© 1994-2007 Kevin Matthews and  All Rights Reserved.
http://strainlinks.com/buildings/Tak_Sang_Monastery.html