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During the ascent of the Himalayas Tintin, Haddock and Sherpa Tharkey found themselves in front of a Chorten. Despite the Sherpa's warning, Haddock walks clockwise past the Chorten, which is bad luck and results in a series of disasters which include costing the Captain his beloved whisky. Chorten (in Tibetan) or Stupa (in Sanskrit) is a funeral monument in which the ashes of the great Lamas are preserved.

Tintin in Tibet was first published in 1960 - Hergé

Ref: 46016


Width 13.50 cm
Length 10.00 cm
Height 28.00 cm
Weight 1.00 kg
Production Year 2019
Country of Manufacture CN
Certificate Yes
Finish Object Matt
Kids Product No
Free delivery No
Material Resin
Numbered Edition Yes
Type Object N/A
Package size 36.50 cm x 19.00 cm x 15.00 cm

The Chorten Tower Statue Musée Imaginaire Collection


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