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The , in Datong city, Shanxi Province, with their 252 caves and 51,000 statues, represent the outstanding achievement of Buddhist cave art in China in the 5th and 6th centuries. The Five Caves created by Tan Yao, with their strict unity of layout and design, constitute a classical masterpiece of the first peak of Chinese Buddhist art.

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The massive Yungang Buddhist grottoes were cut from the mid-5th Century to early-6th Century AD. Comprising 252 caves and niches and 51,000 statues within a carved area of 18,000 square meters, the represent the outstanding achievement of Buddhist cave art in China. The Five Caves created by Tan Yao are a classical masterpiece of the first peak of Chinese art, with a strict unity of layout and design. The will of the State is reflected in Buddhist belief in China during the Northern Wei Dynasty since the Grottoes were built with Imperial instructions. While influenced by Buddhist cave art from South and Central Asia, have also interpreted the Buddhist cave art with distinctive Chinese character and local spirit. As a result, have played a vitally important role among early Oriental Buddhist grottoes and had a far-reaching impact on Buddhist cave art in China and East Asia.

Criterion (i)

: The assemblage of statuary of the is a masterpiece of early Chinese Buddhist cave art.

Criterion (ii)

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The Yungang cave art represents the successful fusion of Buddhist religious symbolic art from south and central Asia with Chinese cultural traditions, starting in the 5th century CE under Imperial auspices.

Criterion (iii)

: The power and endurance of Buddhist belief in China are vividly illustrated by the Yungang grottoes.

Criterion (iv)

: The Buddhist tradition of religious cave art achieved its first major impact at Yungang, where it developed its own distinct character and artistic power.

Integrity

The statues housed in the caves and niches are in good condition and all of the caves and statues have not suffered major damage from vandalism and/or natural disasters. Restoration and repair had been made on deficient parts of some statues in the past. All the necessary attributes demonstrating the Outstanding Universal Value of are contained within the boundary of the property area. The buffer zone provides a necessary safe area for the conservation of the Grottoes, the setting and the historic environment. These measures have enabled the to serve as one of the greatest ancient stone carving art treasure houses in the world.

Authenticity

The location, caves and statues of the have retained their historic appearance. The eaves of wooden pavilions of the caves and the related historical remains have kept the distinctive character of the times when they were constructed. The daily maintenance and conservation intervention have been conducted following the conservation principle of minimal intervention in design, materials, methodology, techniques and craftsmanship.

Protection and management requirements

The were listed by the State Council among the first group of State Priority Protected Sites in 1961.
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A number of laws and regulations including the “Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Protection of Cultural Relics”, the “Regulations of Datong Municipality on Protection and Management of ” and the “Conservation Master Plan of ”, have guaranteed the conservation and management of .

A special organization (now known as the “ Research Academy”) and professional team have been established to carry out protection, monitoring and regular daily maintenance for the past six decades. The environmental improvement projects have been implemented in recent years at the surrounding villages based on the “Conservation Master Plan of ”, a commitment that the Chinese rządy wykonane we wniosku o napis na Listę Światowego Dziedzictwa. Interwencja konserwacyjna i konserwacja były zgodne z zasadami ochrony, a niektóre pilotażowe programy ochrony zostały przeprowadzone w celu przeciwdziałania poważnym zagrożeniom, w tym przesiąkaniu wody, erozji deszczu i wietrzeniu.

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