The Baisha murals were artistic religious works painted on walls of the Buddhist temples from the Wanli Years to the Hongwu Years of the Ming Dynasty.

白沙壁画 Baisha Murals map

55 of those murals survived in the 4 Buddhist temples of the Great Baoji Hall, the Glaze Hall, the Dading Hall and the Vajra Hall, and the Baisha murals are elite artistic works representing the integration of painting styles of the Naxi, Tibetan, Bai and Han groups.

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