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  • noun Alternative form of jong.

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Examples

  • With its massive walls and secret inner courtyards, the dzong is an apt metaphor for what Bhutan until recently was: a world unto itself.

    Hidden Kingdom

  • With its massive walls and secret inner courtyards, the dzong is an apt metaphor for what Bhutan until recently was: a world unto itself.

    Hidden Kingdom

  • With its massive walls and secret inner courtyards, the dzong is an apt metaphor for what Bhutan until recently was: a world unto itself.

    Hidden Kingdom

  • Stan Sesser Every district in Bhutan has a dzong, which is the headquarters for the district's government, and also headquarters for the religious administration.

    The Road Through Bhutan

  • The Tibetans made their final stand at the fort at Gyantse, called a dzong, or jong, in

    post-gazette.com - News

  • The Tibetans made their final stand at the fort at Gyantse, called a dzong, or jong, in

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  • The Tibetans made their final stand at the fort at Gyantse, called a dzong, or jong, in

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  • Sonam, the 23-year-old guide as-signed to me on my latest trip, began as expected: shuttling me from one dzong to another, all the while keeping up a stream of chatter about a bewildering multitude of Buddhist saints and Bon deities.

    Hidden Kingdom

  • Sonam, the 23-year-old guide as-signed to me on my latest trip, began as expected: shuttling me from one dzong to another, all the while keeping up a stream of chatter about a bewildering multitude of Buddhist saints and Bon deities.

    Hidden Kingdom

  • The Punakha dzong, left, is one of Bhutan's most beautiful buildings.

    The Road Through Bhutan

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