Bhutan may not be big, but beautiful country. Which has its own attractions. That’s about them and will talk. One of the main is paro taktsang Dzong (Tiger’s Lair). This is one of the main Buddhist monasteries in the country. Was built in 1692. The structure is very unusual and is really in a monastic-Spartan conditions. Looking at where he’s standing, come to believe that it is possible to live without food and without water.
Interesting country, until recently closed in the Himalayas for the ubiquitous tourists.
You can get here only by plane or by car – the railroad was built.
The national standard of living is measured in units of “gross happiness” is a unique policy designed and implement in the framework of the whole state who is recognized by the world community in 2011.
The interference of the state in the development and prosperity of the surrounding nature conforms to this principle – butane so carefully retains its timber, which is in the top ten countries that protect the environment.
The most active tourists in 2011 in the country were Americans. In 2012 it was already the Japanese, then tightened the Germans Continue reading