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San-Chih Seashell Temple made from corals and seashells

Built to honor the living Buddha of Ji-Gong, this temple in the deserted town of San-Chih was installed using hundred types of corals and over sixty thousand types of seashells. All sculptures and statues in the temple were also adorned with the same material. A composition of such material creates very interesting details and texture.

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