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The Sera Monastery nestles at the foot of the Wu Du Hill in the northern suburbs of the Lhasa city. It got its name from the sera flowers (wild rose) on the hill. The Monastery was built under the supervision of Zongkaba's disciple Xiajia Yixi. Enshrined in the Monastery are the 16 Arharts carved out of sandalwood from the Ming Emperor, over 10,000 golden copper Buddhist statues, the holy prayer sripture ganzhuer written in cinnabar etc.
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