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Luoyang, Longmen Grottoes - Guyang Cave (Cave 1443)
Henan

Longmen Grottoes is a famous one of the three stone art treasures, is located in the southern suburbs of Luoyang, Henan Province, 12 kilometers of the Iraqi river. After 400 years since the Northern Wei Dynasty to the Song of the excavation, so far there is still Kukan over 2100, 10 thousand statues respect, inscriptions inscription of more than 3,600 chemicals, more water in Iraq, the West Bank. Sheer number of caves located in the first major. The "Dragon 20 products" is the essence of Chinese Calligraphy Rubbings, the famous Tang calligrapher Chu Sui-liang the book, "Yi Que Shrine of the monument" is the art of Tang Dynasty regular script example.

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送信日: 13/08/2011
更新日: 19/06/2014
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