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Leh Palace, overlooking Leh, September 2012
34°09′58″ N, 77°35′14″ E, 3565 metres.
270° view, 30 frames, 5 exposures per frame.

Leh palace is like a window looking into the ancient past and connecting it to the modern times. The ruined palace with its mesmerizing architecture is perched at the top of the Namgyal hill and overlooks the entire Leh town below. Built in the 17th century the Palace is a smaller version of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.