Amazing Wutai Mountain through the lens

 

Situated in north China′s Xinzhou City of Shanxi Province, Mt.Wutai is crowned as one of four famous Buddhist mountains in China. Presently, there are 95 Buddhist monasteries located nearby Taihuai Town. Mt. Wutai is one of the few religious holy lands for Buddhism in the country, and thus it enjoys a high reputation among priests all over the world. Photos: Mt.Wutai News Center/ China.org.cn

 

  

 

Situated in north China′s Xinzhou City of Shanxi Province, Mt.Wutai is crowned as one of four famous Buddhist mountains in China. Presently, there are 95 Buddhist monasteries located nearby Taihuai Town. Mt. Wutai is one of the few religious holy lands for Buddhism in the country, and thus it enjoys a high reputation among priests all over the world.

  

  

 

Situated in north China′s Xinzhou City of Shanxi Province, Mt.Wutai is crowned as one of four famous Buddhist mountains in China. Presently, there are 95 Buddhist monasteries located nearby Taihuai Town. Mt. Wutai is one of the few religious holy lands for Buddhism in the country, and thus it enjoys a high reputation among priests all over the world.

  

 

Situated in north China′s Xinzhou City of Shanxi Province, Mt.Wutai is crowned as one of four famous Buddhist mountains in China. Presently, there are 95 Buddhist monasteries located nearby Taihuai Town. Mt. Wutai is one of the few religious holy lands for Buddhism in the country, and thus it enjoys a high reputation among priests all over the world.

  

 

Situated in north China′s Xinzhou City of Shanxi Province, Mt.Wutai is crowned as one of four famous Buddhist mountains in China. Presently, there are 95 Buddhist monasteries located nearby Taihuai Town. Mt. Wutai is one of the few religious holy lands for Buddhism in the country, and thus it enjoys a high reputation among priests all over the world.

  


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