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May 23, 2007

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Arturo Martinez

Snow can fall here any day of the year. The area around Mado is 100% nomadic (pictured below) with many yaks and sheep.

Bernd

According to locals, this temple serves as a memorial for a battle that was fought here long ago.

Kokonor

. The road from Mado to the lake is rough and in bad condition.

Anna R

These photos are incredible! I always wanted to go to Tibet but somehow never got to it! I just love the people! I have met a few in India and Nepal and they are just so sweet and kind! this is surely a culture I would love to know more about :)

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