The YunGang Grottos 云冈石窟

The caves, full of beautiful Buddhist art, are located near DaTong in ShanXi province, north east China (west from Beijing), and date from the 5th century.

Buddhism came to this area via the northern Silk Road that linked Xi'An with Kashgar

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