On the Rocks: World's Cliff-Hanging Wonders
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Taktshang Monastery, Bhutan
At a dizzying 3,000 feet above Bhutan’s upper Paro Valley, Taktshang Monastery is the most famous Buddhist Himalayan monastery in the South Asian country. It was built in 1692, with subsequent restorations in 1958 and 2005.
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