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The Nako Preservation Project
Author Klimburg-Salter, Deborah
Source Orientations
Volumev.34 n.5
PublisherOrientations Magazine Ltd
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Location香港, 中國 [Hong Kong, China]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword佛塔=Stupa=Pagoda; 佛教藝術=Buddhist Art;
AbstractThe Buddhist temple of Nako in Himachal Pradesh, listed as one of the 100 world's most endangered sites, has preserved not only its early Buddhist architecture but also the traditions that formed the focus of religious rituals. The author talks about its unique survival and the formation of the research and preservation project by the University of Vienna, funded from the Wilson Challenge Grant from the World Monuments Funds, which will shortly commence its work.
Created date2003.11.14

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