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    Potala Palace (1000 Places, UNESCO) - Lhasa, Tibet, China

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    World’s Most Gorgeous Castles and Palaces: The Potala Palace–The Potala Palace was built in the 6th Century in China which is located in the Red Hill of central Lhasa. This is one of the prehistoric places, and the top most peak of this place is 12,359.55ft. More than 7000 workers and 1500 artists and craftsman were required to build this massive structure.

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