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Tibet Potala Palace

Sitting on top of the Tibetan Plateau, the Potala Palace claims to be the highest palace structure ever built in human history. This majestic architecture ...

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Description

Sitting on top of the Tibetan Plateau, the Potala Palace claims to be the highest palace structure ever built in human history. This majestic architecture has an unparallel significance and influence in the history and culture of Buddhism in China. LHASA, the city built around the Potala Palace, radiantly exhibits the rich history, culture and artworks that will make a lasting impression on every visitor. This App walks you through the history of the Potala Palace and the city of LHASA. Packed with over 150 high resolution photos with narration, this App will show you some of the most significant Tibetan architecture and cultural artworks. ・This app contains a user guide and is easy to navigate. ・Four Operating languages can be easily switched on the fly and include Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and English. ・This app contains many links which make it easy to navigate between this and other of our World Heritage apps. ・Text in the app can be hidden, and slideshow mode activated to simply enjoy the photography. ・Using the app's picture folder and camera function, you can freely add and delete your own images. ・Supports iOS6.0, and has the function to share on Facebook and Sina Microblog. ・Contains background music that may be turned on and off. ・Supports updates.

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Technical specifications

Version: 3.1

Size: 243.05 MB

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Price: 2,67 €

Developed by Well Concord Software Technology Company Limited

Day of release: 2012-09-10

Recommended age: 4+

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