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Alexandra David-Neel. Adventurer and explorer - first woman to enter Tibet - lived to 100.

Alexandra David-Neel. Adventurer and explorer - first woman to enter Tibet - lived to 100.

Born in 1868,  Alexandra David-Neel became an occultist, anarchist and most remarkable travel writer. In 1911 she set off, alone, to travel around India for the second time and in 1914 she secluded herself in a cave in the Himalayas for two years, intensively studying the mysteries of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as the mystic legends that surrounded Buddhist monks. By 1924 she had travelled to the forbidden city of Lhasa. She died in 1969, 101 years old, still travelling.

Born in 1868, Alexandra David-Neel became an occultist, anarchist and most remarkable travel writer. In 1911 she set off, alone, to travel around India for the second time and in 1914 she secluded herself in a cave in the Himalayas for two years, intensively studying the mysteries of Tibetan Buddhism, as well as the mystic legends that surrounded Buddhist monks. By 1924 she had travelled to the forbidden city of Lhasa. She died in 1969, 101 years old, still travelling.

Alexandra David-Néel, a Belgian-French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist, anarchist, and writer, most known for her visit to Lhasa, Tibet, in 1924, when it was forbidden to foreigners. David-Néel wrote over 30 books about Eastern religion, philosophy, and her travels.

Alexandra David-Néel, a Belgian-French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist, anarchist, and writer, most known for her visit to Lhasa, Tibet, in 1924, when it was forbidden to foreigners. David-Néel wrote over 30 books about Eastern religion, philosophy, and her travels.

Nom : Alexandra David-Néel Pays : France Dates de vie : 1868 - 1969 Profession : exploratrice, écrivain, journaliste, orientaliste Itinéraire    1891 : premier voyage en Asie. Elle visite lInde et le Sri-Lanka.   1911-1925 : elle voyage à travers toute lAsie, de lInde au Japon.   1924 : elle parvient à vivre deux mois à Lhassa, déguisée en mendiante.   1937 : âgée de 69 ans, elle repart en Asie et traverse la Chine où elle est bloquée jusquen 1944 à cause de la guerre sino-japonaise.

La première européenne à pénétrer dans Lhassa

Nom : Alexandra David-Néel Pays : France Dates de vie : 1868 - 1969 Profession : exploratrice, écrivain, journaliste, orientaliste Itinéraire 1891 : premier voyage en Asie. Elle visite lInde et le Sri-Lanka. 1911-1925 : elle voyage à travers toute lAsie, de lInde au Japon. 1924 : elle parvient à vivre deux mois à Lhassa, déguisée en mendiante. 1937 : âgée de 69 ans, elle repart en Asie et traverse la Chine où elle est bloquée jusquen 1944 à cause de la guerre sino-japonaise.

Alexandra David-Neels, Tibet 1933 was a Belgian-French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist, anarchist and writer.[1][2][3] She is most known for her 1924 visit to Lhasa, Tibet when it was forbidden to foreigners. David-Néel wrote over 30 books about Eastern religion, philosophy, and her travels.

Alexandra David-Néel liebte das Reisen, war Opernstar in Indochina und ihre Bücher über Tibet und Lhasa faszinieren bis heute.

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