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In Lhasa, they usually stop in order to get acclimatized before climbing to a great height. And the Potala Palace is an attraction that cannot be passed, it is a symbol of Lhasa. Even people far from Buddhism and its history will be interested in visiting it. The palace was the residence of the Dalai Lama before he went into exile. Now this is a museum that is looked after, once a year they are necessarily tinted and taken care of just like a museum, emphasizing that this is the past of Tibet. Tibetans treat him as a shrine.
You cannot take pictures inside, but from the terraces of the palace there are magnificent views that you can shoot.
It is worth admiring the palace from the square opposite (you just need to find the entrance to the park), from there it can be seen in all its glory, especially with evening illumination.