Temple in Baisha

Temple in Baisha

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Temple in Baisha

At the end of Baisha Old Street, there is a huge cluster of temples that were built in the Yongle era (1402-1424) of the Ming Dynasty. It consists of 3 yards: Sutra Collection Pavilion which is the dooryard, Liuli Temple which is the cloisters, and Dabaoji Palace which is the backyard. The palace occupies an area of about 73 square meters. Among the 28 fresco groups in the palace, with the painting of Sakyamuni explaining the sutra passages to his disciples is the most famous and valuable one. The frescos inside were created by Han artists in collaboration with Tibetan artists.

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