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The utse stands ground plus three floors tall with a square base that tapers towards the top.
Jigme Namgyal is said to have resided on the second floor of the utse. The other two floors and the attic were used mainly for storage.
Safety measures included large urns filled with water placed at each corner of the attic in the utse as well as in the courtyard.
The Choeten Maap or red stupa, adjacent to the shakor on the southern side of the palace, is believed to be one of the oldest structures in the palace complex--contemporary with or following the utse. It seems that the location of the shakor was adjusted during construction to accommodate this stupa.
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