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Largest stone carvings of the Buddhist canon

No.: WRC210119A

What: cover an area of 694 ㎡

Where: China

When: 24th September 2021

The largest stone carvings of the Buddhist canon consist of about 500,000 items and are located in Bangtuo Stone Carving Park, Rongmuda Township, Rongtang County, Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China. The stones, stacked one on top of each other, cover an area of 694 ㎡, verified as the “largest stone carving of the Buddhist canon” by the WRCA.


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