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Mount Emei and the Giant Leshan Buddha
2004/06/09



     Mount Emei locates in Emeishan City of Sichuan Province (The city's name came from Mount Emei). There are many kinds of geologic physiognomy, plants and animals. Mount Emei is the "Nature Geological Museum", "the Nature Arboretum" and "the Kingdom of Animals". Hundreds of nature scenic and many temples are dispersed over the mount. More than 5,000 kinds of plants and more than 2,300 kinds of animals are existed up to now. The living fossil of wood plant-Davidic involucrate and cyathea spinulosa, a rare plant on the verge of distinction, are under Grade-A protection. The existing temples include Baoguosi Monastery, Wanniansi Monastery, fuhusi Monastery, Xianfengsi Monastery, Qianfo Monastery, the Elephant-washing Pool and Huazang (Avatamsaka) Monastery on the Golden Sumit, etc.

     The world's biggest stone statue of seated Maitreya made in the Tang Dynasty - the Giant Leshan Buddha totals 71 metres high. The head measures 10 meters in diameter, the eyebrow 3.7 meters long, the eye 3.3 meters, the nose 5.6 meters, the mouth 3.3 meters and the ear 7 meters. The foot is large enough for 100 people to stand on.

     The world's biggest stone statue of seated Maitreya made in the Tang Dynasty - the Giant Leshan Buddha totals 71 meters high. The head measures 10 meters in diameter, the eyebrow 3.7 meters long, the eye 3.3 meters, the nose 5.6 meters, the mouth 3.3 meters and the ear 7 meters. The foot is large enough for 100 people to stand on.

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