The New York Times: Bringing a Monastery Back to Life

Erdene Zuu, Mongolia’s oldest surviving Buddhist monastery, is a sprawling, windswept complex nestled in the Orkhon Valley, the ancient cultural crossroads where Genghis Khan chose to locate the capital of his empire, Karakorum, back in 1220. To read the full article, click here: Bringing a Monastery Back to Life

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