The Potala Palace was originally built for Songtsen Gampo of the Tibet Dynasty to marry Princess Bhrikuti Devi and Princess Mun chang kung coand. After rebuilding the Potala Palace in 1645 (the second year of the reign of Shunzhi in Qing Dynasty), Tho-rol-pa’i-hur, the law-abiding king of the Qing Dynasty, and Sonnan Qunpei, the Regent of the dge-lugs-pa, became the residence of the Dalai Lama’s Winter Palace in successive dynasties, as well as the host of major religious and political ceremonies, and also a place for worshiping the Lingta of the Dalai Lama in successive dynasties. In the old times, they shared the For the ruling center.
There are countless pilgrims and tourists here every year. In March 1961, the State Council ranked it as the first batch of key national cultural relics protection units; in December 1994, UNESCO ranked it as a world cultural heritage; in January 2013, the National Tourism Administration ranked it as a national AAAAA-level tourist attraction.galvanized square tubing
The Potala Palace covers an area of 360,000 square meters with an elevation of 3,700 meters. The total area of the building is 130,000 square meters. The main building is 117 meters high and has 13 floors, including palaces, spiritual pagodas, Buddhist temples, scriptures, monasteries and courtyards.
The Potala Palace has a 13-storey exterior, 110 meters high, rising from the foot of the mountain to the top of the mountain. It consists of the White Palace in the East (where the Dalai Lama lives) and the Red Palace in the middle (Buddhist Hall and Lingta Hall of the Dalai Lama in the past dynasties). In front of the Red Palace, there is a white tall wall with a Buddha-drying terrace, which is used to hang a large tapestry of Buddha statues on Buddhist festivals.