Báitǎshān


 
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Baitashan, on the north side of the Yellow River in Lanzhou, took its name from the white pagoda in the Baitasi on its summit. The pagoda was built to commemorate a Tibetan lama of the Sa-skya-pa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism who died in Lanzhou on his way to Mongolia for an audience with Genghis Khan.

 
 
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