Since time immemorial, the land was forbidden for foreigners, and therefore entices them to discover. And they came,
the envoys of the Western world to explore Tibet and its capital, unattainable Lhasa.
Struggling with natural bottlenecking on the outskirts of Tibet, few have been able to resist fire
ice, and the fierce nature of the local inhabitants.
In 1865, the British Naina Singh instructed to map unsafe mountain passes forbidden kingdom.
Under the guise of a Buddhist pilgrim Nain Singh, one of the greatest spies in modern history,
brilliantly coped with this deadly unsafe job. 40 years later, with his cards English
colonizer Frances Youngblood was able to seep into the mysterious city Lhasa, ending the isolation of Tibet.
Embark with them on an epic journey to breathe life into the latest Lost Kingdom Tibet
Mysteries of the history, excavation, archeology