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1,300-year-old Guangde Temple in Sichuan

2014-07-30 14:36:42



Guangde Temple, first built in early Tang Dynasty (618–907 AD), is located at the foot of Wolong Mountain in Suining city, southwest China's Sichuan Province. Due to its long history and profound Buddhism culture, the temple attracts over one million visitors and worshipers every year. [Photo/Gao Han]

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