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- It is commonly known as the painting school, offers an eight year course on Bhutanese Traditional Arts. Visit to the school can be arranged for the tourists where you can look into various classrooms and see the students follow a comprehensive course that starts with drawing and progresses through painting, wood carving and statue making.
- Tashichhoedzong was built in the 17th century. The dzong houses the secretariat, the throne room and offices of the king. It also hosts a colorful masked-dance festival at the end of every summer, which is popular with tourists. A new Tsechhu ground is said to be constructed that can take in the capacity of both tourists and the locals as well.
- Thimpu became a town in 1961 and grew as the capital of Bhutan. Before 1960, Thimpu was a small settlement but was developed by the King Jigme Dorje Wangchuk to replace the ancient capital of Punakha.Today the city sprawls across the western slopes of the Wang Chhu river valley, with several government offices located around Tashichoe dzong. Thimphu is modern in age only: new buildings are ....
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