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Hongqing Temple Grotto (Chinese: 鸿庆寺石窟) is located in Yima, Henan. It consists of five caves, with a total of 46 shrines. More than 120 statues were chiseled during the Northern Wei Dynasty. In 1963, it was registered as a place of cultural importance in Henan, and was listed in the fifth edition of Chinese national cultural relics in 2001.
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