Visit to Cave Temples of Dunhuang Exhibition at Getty Museum

The Getty Museum, at 1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, currently has an outstanding exhibition of artifacts and reproductions of ancient Buddhist art taken from a collection of caves on the western edge of the Gobi Desert, near the oasis town of Dunhuang, China. Known as the Mogao (peerless) Grottoes, these temple caves were built along the Silk Road from the fourth to the fourteenth centuries and house the largest single collection of Buddhist art existing in the world today. ...

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