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Vientiane. Laos. At the Buddha Park also known as Xieng Khuan (City of Ghosts) there are more than 200 Hindu and Buddhist statues. Through a demon´s mouth you can enter a building. Stairs bring you up. You walk up through hell, the earth and up to heaven. On the top of the building you have a great view of the Buddha Park.


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The Reclining Buddha (390 ft. long) in Buddha Park near Vientiane, Laos. Known as Xieng Khuan (Spirit City), the sculpture park is located in a meadow by the Mekong River. It contains over 200 Hindu and Buddhist statues. The socialist government operates Buddha Park as a tourist attraction and public park. #Buddhas #WorldBeautifulPlaces

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