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Photo Caption: Situated at the southern foot of Mount Pushan, 20 kilometers from Ningbo, Asoka Temple is renowned for its ancient buildings, gardens and exquisite architectural style. As the only ancient temple in China named after Asoka, a king of India, the temple is home to a bone fragment of Sakyamuni, Buddhism’s founder. [China.org.cn/Photo by Hu Xuejun]

Photo Caption:Situated at the southern foot of Mount Pushan, 20 kilometers from Ningbo, Asoka Temple is renowned for its ancient buildings, gardens and exquisite architectural style. As the only ancient temple in China named after Asoka, a king of India, the temple is home to a bone fragment of Sakyamuni, Buddhism’s founder. [China.org.cn/Photo by Hu Xuejun]

Photo Caption:Situated at the southern foot of Mount Pushan, 20 kilometers from Ningbo, Asoka Temple is renowned for its ancient buildings, gardens and exquisite architectural style. As the only ancient temple in China named after Asoka, a king of India, the temple is home to a bone fragment of Sakyamuni, Buddhism’s founder. [China.org.cn/Photo by Hu Xuejun]

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