索县 • སོག་རྫོང་།
Location of Sog County (red) within Nagqu City (yellow) and the Tibet Autonomous Region
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Sog County (Tibetan: སོག་རྫོང་།, Wylie: sog rdzong, ZYPY: Sog Zong), Sogxian, or Suoxian (simplified Chinese: 索县; traditional Chinese: 索縣; pinyin: Suǒ Xiàn) is a county under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Nagqu of the Tibet Autonomous Region.
Sog Dzong lies in the extreme western part of the former province of Kham. To its west is Chamdo and to its right Nagchu. Sogdzong is located between the Drachen and Driru, on the Sogchu River. It is the source of Gyalmo Ngulchu.
Crops include barley, wheat, radish, potatoes, etc. and yaks, sheep, goat, cows, and horses are reared. Nomads move four times annually according to seasons. The county contains Tsangdain Monastery, built in 1667, resembling the Potala Palace.
- "Tibet's three "Potala Palaces"". China-Tibet Online. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
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