Mongar Dzong Sightseeing
Mongar Dzong is a fortress located in the eastern part of Bhutan, in the town of Mongar. It was built in the 1930s and is one of the newest dzongs (fortresses) in Bhutan.
Mongar Dzong serves as the administrative headquarters of Mongar district and also houses the monk body of the region. It is built on a small hill overlooking the town and is surrounded by lush green forests.
The architecture of Mongar dzong is unique compared to other dzongs in Bhutan. It has a circular shape with two large courtyards and a central tower. The walls of the dzong are made of stone and mud and are painted white, with red wooden shutters and a golden roof.
Mongar Dzong is an important cultural and religious site in Bhutan and is open to visitors. It is a great place to learn about Bhutanese architecture, history, and culture.