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In a sign of how much the Chinese love their temples, a group of Chinese tourists and archaeologists were recently welcomed back to the site of the ancient temple of Daoism at the edge of a Chinese city, according to the Chinese government.
The artifacts found at the site are part of a Buddhist temple at the center of a city, the Xinhua News Agency reported, citing the city’s tourism bureau.
The artifacts were found during excavations by local government officials in 2015 and 2016, according the Xinhai News Agency.
The team returned to the temple last week, and they have been working on the project for about three years, according Xinhua.
The site of Daxiang temple, which dates to the late ninth century, is located on the edge, on a hillside, of the western city of Wuxi, in the city of Xi’an, which borders the Liaoning province.
Wuxu is located some 500 kilometers (310 miles) northeast of Beijing.
It is home to one of the most important monasteries in China.
The Daxi temple at Wuxiang was a Buddhist religious site, according China Central Television, the state-run broadcaster.
It was constructed by the founder of Daosan, who founded the Daoist sect in the 10th century, according The Beijing News.
The temple is the site where a famous statue of Dada, the founder and the patron of the Daosans, was built, according Wikipedia.
The statue depicts Daos’ first teacher, Zhuangzi, who was a member of the famous Chinese daoist dynasty.
The museum’s exhibit, titled “The Daosian Temple: Daxiajie,” focuses on the Daxian school of thought, according CNN.
In the museum, visitors can see the bronze Buddha, the largest of all of the Chinese daosan statues, which is a replica of the statue from the famous Daos Temple in Xi’ans Jinyi neighborhood.
The Chinese daxi temples are located on a ridge in the Wuxia Mountains, which are located in the southwestern part of the country.
The site of some of the oldest Buddhist monasteried sites in China is on a steep hilltop in the center.
The Wuxian region is one of many places in China where Buddhism has thrived.
The country’s population has increased nearly 400% in the past five decades, with about half of the population now being Buddhist.