|The full view of Lingshan Buddhist Scenic Spot|
This is a national AAAAA tourist attraction and China’s only Buddhist culture theme park displaying Sakyamuni’s achievement.
The 88-meter-tall bronze Sakyamuni statue, the “Buddha of Lingshan Mountain”, is a local landmark on a grand scale. The old Xiangfu Temple dates back to the Zhenguan reign period (627-649) of the Tang Dynasty and has a reputation of “following the doctrine of mercy”.
There is a large musical sculpture foundation - “Nine Dragons Bathing the Baby Buddha”. The Lingshan Buddhist Palace is a site of the World Buddhist Forum that integrates the grotto art of Chinese Buddhism with traditional Buddhist architecture with a fabulous decorative design.
The 88-meter-tall bronze Sakyamuni statue, the “Buddha of Lingshan Mountain”, and the musical sculpture foundation - “Nine Dragons Bathing the Baby Buddha”.
There is a music festival called Auspicious Song that uses music to show the process of the enlightenment of Sakyamuni vividly.
A Tibetan cultural landscape with a mandala combines traditional architectural decorations, such as painting, wood carving, thangkas, and gilt, each representing the architecture of Tibet.
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