Dunhuang was a major stop on the ancient Silk Road. Here is the world’s largest and richest surviving site of Buddhist art. The significance of Dunhuang lies in its grottoes, mural caves refusing to go under yellow sands. These grottoes are museums of ancient arts and the intersection of Western and Oriental civilizations.
We would like to express sincere gratitude to the generous sponsors supporting Dunhuang grottoes conservation:
Sinofuture Group 中國未來投資集團有限公司
Compass Innovation Alliance 司南創新聯盟
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Wanna learn more about Dunhuang or Silk Roads culture and history?
- Mogao Caves images: Digital Dunhuang
- Information about Dunhuang: Dunhuang | SILK ROADS
- Information about Dunhuang: Dunhuang | China | Britannica.com
- Dunhuang database: International Dunhuang Project