Phallus decoration on the wall of a house in Thimphu.
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- Wall Painting
- Phallus decoration on the wall of a shop in Sopsokha village, close to Chimi Lhakhang.
- Phallus decoration on the walls of a house in the Chumey Valley.
- Wall painting in a homestay house in Ura village.
- A wall painting of Yulkhorseng, God of the East, with his lute, at the 17th century Paro Dzong.
- A wall painting at the 17th century Paro Dzong, one of Bhutan's most impressive and well-known dzongs.
- Phallus decoration on wall of appropriately named restaurant in the appropriately named village of Nobding.
- Bright room decorations painted on the walls in a homestay house in Ura village.
- Wall painting of Buddha with earth-touching mudra at Tango Monastery.
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