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English: Dzong architecture — found in the Buddhist kingdoms of the Himalayas, Bhutan and Tibet.
  • Dzongs are a distinctive type of fortress architecture, serving as the religious, military, administrative, and social centers of their district.
  • The Buddhist architecture style is massive — with towering exterior walls surrounding a complex of courtyards, temples, administrative offices, and monks' accommodation.
Arquitectura jong (es); Dzong építészet (hu); дзонг (be-tarask); Dzong (it); Дзонг (uk); Дзонг (ru); Dzongo (eo); Dzong (de); dzong (pt); dzong (en); dzong (fr); Dzong-argitektuur (af); Dzongas (lt); Dzong (sl); ゾン (ja); dzong (nb); дзонг (bg); Dzong (sv); Dzong (pl); דזונג (he); dzong (nl); Architetura himalayan-a (pms); द्ज़ोंग (hi); Dzong mimarisi (tr); Dzong (fi); Arquitectura dzong (gl); عمارة دزونغ (ar); ძონგის არქიტექტურა (ka); 宗 (zh) вид крепости (ru); तिब्बत, भूटान और इनके कुछ पड़ोसी इलाक़ों में मिलने वाले तिब्बती शैली के क़िले (hi); type de forteresse au Tibet et au Bhoutan (fr); kind of fortress (en); від крэпасьці (be-tarask); крепост-манастир (bg); type klooster in de Himalaya (nl) ゾン建築 (ja)
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Bhutan dzong at paro.jpg
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