Arik Gonchen, a Geluk monastery located in Amdo, was built by Arik Mongols in the seventeenth century as a memorial to the Third Dalai and the Fifth Dalai Lama, both of whom had stayed at the site. The monastery contains art in the Rebkong style.
Gyurme Dorje. 2004. Tibet Handbook. Bath: Footprint, pp 568-567.
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