Founded in 1991 by Sogyal Rinpoche, Buddhist master and completed in 2006, this Buddhist Temple is one of the largest in Europe, if not in the West.
The name 'Lerab Ling' means 'shrine of enlightened activity' in Tibetan, and comes from Sogyal Rinpoche's predecessor, Lerab Lingpa, who was one of the masters of the 13th Dalai Lama.
It was inaugurated in 2008, in the presence of the Dalai Lama, Carla Bruni Sarkozy and Line Renaud among others.
Visited twice by the Dalai Lama, this centre is one of the most representative and authentic sites of Tibetan Buddhist architecture to be found in the West.
The most remarkable piece is a statue of the Buddha 7m high and weighing 10 tons.
Lerab Ling is open to everyone.
Ah, we forgot the site of Roqueredonde is located on the heights of Larzac... a place also suitable for meditation.
Tel: 04 67 88 46 00
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