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Nanchan Temples, Mt. Wutai
Nanchan Temples Dongye
Great Hall (built in Tang Dyn is the earliest wooden building that still exists in China.  It is located at Lijiazhuang, a village 22 kilometers southeast of Wutai in North China’s Shanxi province. It  received a grand renovation in 1973 and was restored to its original splendor as a typical Tang-style temple. The statue of Sakyamuni, the primary figure in Buddhism  is considered an outstanding masterpiece of the Tang Dynasty and was listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit in 1961.
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Series: Ancient temples-Mt.Wutai
Theme: Temples
Issued Country China
Issued Year 26.07.1997
Category Buddhist Architect World Heritage Buddhist Landscape
Type Maximum Card
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