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Thousand Buddha Cave

The Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves were created during the ancient Huihu State and the inscriptions in the caves are written in Uigar, Chinese and other languages. There are several caves that have hundreds of murals; however, the murals have been destroyed several times by different groups of people or periods: vandals, religious clashes and foreign explorers. Yet, there are still several caves left that show the beauty and originality of the murals. Caves 16, 17 and 33 are the best preserved in the complex. Besides the murals and inscriptions, there was also a piece of gold foil wrapping paper found in the Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves.
The Thousand-Buddha Caves are considered to be art crystallization of the local tradition and of the central Chinese culture as well as foreign ones. Contact us if you want to travel to Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves. We will provide the professional advice, customized itinerary and excellent travel service. Or you can consult directly through the guide information below: Addess: Shengjin Town, Turpan, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region  Contact Hotline: 86 995 8689117  Admission Fee: CNY 20/Person  Opening hours: 08:00 a.m-16:00 p.m

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