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In this article, after briefly reviewing the legal and numerical visibilization
of Vajrayana Buddhism with respect to other forms of Buddhism in Spain,
the work is focused on the visibilization of heritage. Notable examples are studied,
reviewing from the heritage proposals closest to the Tibetan models to
those that opt to promote spaces of modern appearance and of new typology.
The notable dimension of some monasteries, centres and monuments that will
be reviewed, which is related to the boom of Buddhist religious tourism in Spain,
is generating a new differential religious heritage that the Vajrayana orientation
has developed in a particularly outstanding way.
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