Specially built for Princess Wencheng, Potala Palace has a total of 1000 rooms and is magnificent. After two expansions in later generations, the present scale was formed. It is in the preservation of a large number of the rich content of the murals. These murals have sophisticated composition, lifelike characters, and bright colors. Among them, including the scene of the difficulties and dangers Princess Wencheng encountered along the way to Tibet, as well as the scene of a warm welcome when she arrived in Lhasa. Princess Wencheng presided over the construction of Ramoche Temple and Jokhang Temple. It is said the willow trees outside the Jokhang Temple were planted by Princess Wencheng, which has become the famous Tang willow of later generations. The statue of Buddha brought by Princess Wencheng is still enshrined in Jokhang Temple and worshipped by the Tibetan people and all the Buddhist pilgrims all over the world. Today, in the Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple of Lhasa, there are also statues of Princess Wencheng, which are very exquisite and vivid. By the Lhasa River at night, "Princess Wencheng" large-scale live play tells the story of this interracial matrimony for peace-making.