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Midnight at Calle Crisologo, Vigan City Featured Chinese Print

Midnight at Calle Crisologo, Vigan City

Calle Crisologo is a major attraction in the Historic Town of Vigan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Established in 1572, the town of Vigan is known for its intact Spanish-era structures (a fusion of Spanish, Mexican and Chinese architecture) and cobblestone streets. Calle Crisologo, or Mena Crisologo Street, is also known as the Vigan Heritage Village'. In 2014, Vigan was also recognized as one of the New7Wonders Cities

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Taoist god painted on roof of City God Temple, Yueyuan , Shanghai , China Featured Chinese Print

Taoist god painted on roof of City God Temple, Yueyuan , Shanghai , China

The City God Temple or Temple of the City Gods, officially the City Temple of Shanghai is a folk temple located in the old city of Shanghai, China. It commemorates the elevation of Shanghai to municipal status and is the site of the veneration of three Chinese figures honored as the city gods of the town

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Colorful Tibetan designs on wall and door panels of temple, Jiuzhaigou National Scenic Area, Sichuan Province, China Featured Chinese Print

Colorful Tibetan designs on wall and door panels of temple, Jiuzhaigou National Scenic Area, Sichuan Province, China

Traditional Tibetan painting is called thangka. It is painting of a Buddha, Buddhist deity, or a mandala. Thangkas are framed in rich, colorful, silk brocades, but they are religious objects, not simply decorations. Traditionally, thangkas were created on commissions from religious devotees, and were not sold on the open market. Today, some thangka artists still work on commission. Less refined thangkas are produced in bulk for tourist markets

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