The Bage Mani Wall is located in the Shiqu County, Sichuan, China. It consists of rows of piled-up stones, engraved or painted with ancient sayings. The Wall was established in 1640. Over the years pilgrims around the country visit the Wall, adding holy stones to the site. The result is a wall that stretches 1.7 kilometers in length and stands about 3-and-a-half meters high.
The Wall is embedded with more than three-thousand stone statues, and over 6-thousand Buddhist scriptures.