The Cliff of the Thousand Buddhas at Qianfoyan, Among the numerous relief sculptures and statues carved since the early Tang dynasty as acts of penance or to commemorate the dead, is one commissioned by princess Nan Pinzhang, eldest daughter of the founder of the dynasty. China. Chinese. Tang Dynasty, 618-907 AD. Qianfoyan, nr Jinan, Shandong. | Stock Photo #1899-64457

Stock Photo #1899-64457, The Cliff of the Thousand Buddhas at Qianfoyan, Among the numerous relief sculptures and statues carved since the early Tang dynasty as acts of penance or to commemorate the dead, is one commissioned by princess Nan Pinzhang, eldest daughter of the founder of the dynasty. China. Chinese. Tang Dynasty, 618-907 AD. Qianfoyan, nr Jinan, Shandong.

Stock Photo - The Cliff of the Thousand Buddhas at Qianfoyan, Among the numerous relief sculptures and statues carved since the early Tang dynasty as acts of penance or to commemorate the dead, is one commissioned by princess Nan Pinzhang, eldest daughter of the founder of the dynasty. China. Chinese. Tang Dynasty, 618-907 AD. Qianfoyan, nr Jinan, Shandong.
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