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Ancient stone houses in Tibet

A hostess walks into a stone house which is aged over 600 years in Yangda Village of Riwar Township in Suoxian County in the Nagqu Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Three stone houses, each with the age exceeding more than 600 years, are preserved well in the village. Photo: Xinhua

 

Photo shows a stone house which is aged over 600 years in Yangda Village of Riwar Township in Suoxian County in the Nagqu Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Three stone houses, each with the age exceeding more than 600 years, are preserved well in the village. Photo: Xinhua 

Photo shows a stone house which is aged over 600 years in Yangda Village of Riwar Township in Suoxian County in the Nagqu Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Three stone houses, each with the age exceeding more than 600 years, are preserved well in the village. Photo: Xinhua 

Photo taken on March 22, 2013 shows a stone house which is aged over 600 years in Yangda Village of Riwar Township in Suoxian County in the Nagqu Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Three stone houses, each with the age exceeding more than 600 years, are preserved well in the village. Photo: Xinhua 

The 65-year-old Haji is pictured in her stone house which is aged over 600 years in Yangda Village of Riwar Township in Suoxian County in the Nagqu Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. Three stone houses, each with the age exceeding more than 600 years, are preserved well in the village. Photo: Xinhua


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