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Built-in 7th century, Kyichu Lhakhang is a beautiful monastery of great significance. Also known as Lho Kyerchu or Kyerchu Temple, this monastery is situated in Lango Gewog of Paro in Bhutan. The Jowo temple dates back to the 7th century, gaining the title of one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. Legends believe that it was built in one night by the king, which is a miracle in itself. It was among the network of 12 temples out of the 108 temples that were constructed on definite plans.
There are beautiful paintings and intricately designed structures of Buddhist Gurus. Believed to be blessed by many Buddhist saints including Guru Rinpoche, the special prayer wheels are truly mesmerising. It houses an ocean of information about Bhutan since its early days. One gets to learn many interesting facts about the Himalayan Kingdom at this heavenly place.
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