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|Face:||Portrait of Mao Tse-tung (1893 - 1976), blossoming chrysanthemum|
|Back:||Potala of Tibet.
The Potala Palace, an immense religious and administrative complex in Lhasa, southern Tibet (Autonomous Region in southwestern China). It is situated atop Mar-po-ri (Red Mountain), 425 feet (130 m) above the Lhasa River valley at an altitude of of 12,100 ft (3,700 m). Having a majestic exterior of 13 storeys in the total height of 384 ft (117 m). The whole palace was built by wood and stones. The palace can be divided into two main parts: the White Palace (Potrang Karpo) around and the Red Palace (Potrang Marpo) in the center. The White Palace once served as the seat of the Tibetan government and the main residence of the Dalai Lama. The Red Palace houses several chapels, sacred statues, and the tombs of eight Dalai Lamas. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Potala Palace is the highest palace (in altitude) in the world and since 1994 UNESCO World Heritage Site
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