Ancient Buddhist murals discovered in north China

September 12, 2019 - General

Some Buddhist murals dating back to the Yuan and Ming dynasties (1206-1644) were recently discovered in a cave in northern China’s Shanxi Province, local authorities said Wednesday.

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The murals were found by a local photographer in an abandoned cave, located in Sanjiao Village in Jishan County. The murals depicted Buddha statues, dragons and phoenixes, peonies and lotus…

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