White Horse Park
Built in 1999, the 500-acre park features a collection of several hundred stone sculptures and carvings gathered from areas around Nanjing of stone men and women, turtles, horses, tigers and towers. The pieces represent different stone carving styles, eras and disciplines. There is also a variety of original intended uses, like public viewing, religious expression, home use and burial ornamentation.
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- "China's First Carved Stone Park Opens". October 03, 2000. Peoples Daily. Retrieved 9 May 2014.
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