Shi Zhongshan Grottoes

Shi Zhongshan Grottoes, also known as the Jianchuan Grottoes or Shibao Mountain Grottoes, located in Yunnan Province, Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture Jianchuan County Sand Town, Shi Zhongshan. 1961, the State Council announced the first batch of national key cultural relics protection unit. Shi Zhongshan is a branch of the Shibao Mountain in southern peak, named after the mountain stone bell. According to research, during the Tang Dynasty Nanzhao had already begun in this dug grottoes. Caves are mainly located at the Stone Bell Temple, the lion off, the Schaden Qing place. The coexistence of 17 caves, statues 139. It shows during the Nanzhao Dali Bai A Sa force the Buddhist art of the essence, the country's largest Yamashina Church statues, unique Nanzhao king government map, touring map. Shi Zhongshan Grottoes covering various aspects of the Nanzhao Dali Kingdom in social history and cultural art, precious materials to do the research, Bai and the Chinese domestic minorities, as well as Southeast Asia, South Asia, West Asian countries for cultural exchange witnessed history. It fully demonstrates the ancient Bai people a high degree of cultural sensitivity and superb stonework level.

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