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Trongsa Tagesausflug

Trongsa bildet die zentrale Nabe der Nation und ist historisch der Ort, an dem Versuche zur Vereinheitlichung des Landes gestartet wurden. Beide Seiner Majestät König Ugyen Wangchuck, der Penlop von Trongsa, der zum ersten erblichen Monarchen des Landes und sein Nachfolger König Jigme Wangchuck gewählt wurde, beherrschte das Land von Trongsa alten Sitz. Der Kronprinz von Bhutan hält normalerweise die Position des Trongsa Penlop vor dem Aufstieg des Thrones. Einschließlich des gegenwärtigen Königs. Die gesamte Landschaft um Trongsa ist spektakulär.

Entfernung von den großen Städten

Gangtey 128 Kms
Bumthang 68 Kms

 

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by Air The nearest airport from Trongsa is in Paro.
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by Road Trongsa is well connect to many cities in Bhutan.

 

Denkmäler in Trongsa

 

Chendbji Chorten
Approximate four hours drive from Wangduephodrang is Chendbji Chorten, patterned on Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu. It was built in 18th century by Lama Shida, from Tibet, to cover the remains of an evil spirit that was subdued at this spot.

Trongsa Dzong
Like almost all towns in the Kingdom, this Dzong architecture dominates the entire Trongsa horizon dwarfing the surrounding buildings. Built in 1648, it was the seat of power over central and eastern Bhutan. Both the first and second King ruled the country from this ancient seat.
Protected from invaders by an impenetrable valley, Trongsa Dzong is an impregnable fortress. The Dzong itself is a labyrinth of temples, corridors and offices holding court over the local community. It is built on many levels into the side of the hill and can be seen from every approach to Trongsa heralding its strength as a defensive stronghold.

Ta Dzong
The Ta Dzong, a cylindrical stone structure rising five storeys, was built in 1652 by Chogyal Minjur Tempa, a task entrusted to him by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. After more than 350 years, it has been resurrected into a classy museum, that represents a tasteful blend of tradition and modernity. There are 224 items on display including a sacred image of Sung Joenma Dorji Chang (self spoken Vajradharna), a bronze statue of Pema Lingpa, made by himself, and a number of centuries-old treasures like dance and ritual costumes and objects, ancient prayer books, paintings and scrolls, and textiles.

The Ta Dzong is a living museum and the main lhakhang in the Utse is dedicated to the Maitreya Buddha (Gyaltsab Jampa), also known as the Future Buddha). A Khesar Lhakhang is dedicated to Khesar of Ling. The tower has always been a place of retreat and there are hermits in practice, including two yogis, who are in life long meditation. The Ta Dzong is the only structure that has been restored specifically to tribute the Wangchuck dynasty as Bhutan celebrates the centenary of the Monarchy.

 

Nearby Excursions

 

Kuenga Rabten
The 23 km drive from Trongsa to Kuenga Rabten takes about an hour and passes through open countryside high above a river gorge. The land slopes quite gently in this region, and farming is well developed, so there is much of interest to observe in the filed and in the villages as one speeds along. As one approaches Kuenga Rabten, the Palace is clearly visible just below the main road on the right. It was the winter palace of the second King and is now looked after by the National Commission for Cultural Affairs. This pleasant afternoon excursion from trongsa offers further insights into the early days of Bhutan’s monarch.

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