The streets of the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, are quiet now that Chinese troops have poured into the city in large numbers.
Construction workers have begun to clear up the debris and repair the damage caused during the unrest.
During the protests, shops and government buildings were burnt and at least 99 people were killed, Tibetan exiles say.
Chinese police say they have arrested 24 people, and 170 protesters have handed themselves in to the authorities.
New pictures have emerged showing the early stages of the protests and the extent of the unrest.
The Chinese authorities have blamed the violence on Tibetan rioters, saying 13 people were stabbed or burnt to death during the protests.
Tibetan exiles have accused Chinese forces of firing into crowds and brutally suppressing the demonstrations.