Atlas of Temple Scenic spots in China
The famous temples in ancient China are the epitome of Chinese Buddhism. It embodies the wisdom of skilled craftsmen, reflects the political, economic and cultural characteristics of various times, imprints the rise and fall of Buddhist culture, and records the twists and turns of Buddhist culture. It is an important part of the history of ancient Chinese culture and religion.
The publication of Atlas of Chinese Temple Scenic spots fills up the gap in the position information and graphical information of Chinese Buddhist temples, and not only provides accurate guidance for Buddhist studies and tourism visits. It also provides a strong and solid information base for management decisions, and at the same time leaves a rich historical legacy for future generations.
The Atlas of Temples and Scenic spots of China, which is to be published, is based on the latest administrative maps of the country, and the geographical locations of tens of thousands of temples in the country are marked on the atlases in detail.With geographical information as the main line, the name, location, history and other information of the organic combination of temples, grottoes, statues, Tallinn, temple ruins and other aspects of the detailed and accurate records and descriptions. At the same time, it provides a simple and scientific retrieval method to facilitate each reader's reading.
The Atlas of Temples and Scenic spots of China is divided into hardcover edition and downsized edition. The atlas of China's temples and scenic spots is made up of provinces, each of which is an independent volume. Some provinces and municipalities directly under the Central Government will be merged into booklets, and Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan will be merged into booklets. The hardcover edition is printed in four colors on double-sided coated paper, covering all the existing Buddhist temples (including monasteries, Buddhist institutes, Buddhist associations, grottoes, statues, pagodas, ruins of monasteries, kookhilin, and treasure-houses) in the international standard of 8, and is printed in four colors, covering the geographical location of all existing temples in our country. Part of the temples, grottoes, statues, Tallinn and other relics of the text photographs historical materials. The complete works have beautiful maps and authoritative historical materials, and are mainly for the reference of domestic jungle, library, library (room) and other institutions and individuals. The reduced edition is international standard 16 open, double-sided coated paper printing in four colors, the content is basically the same as the hardcover edition of "Atlas of Chinese Temple Scenic spots". The atlas is publicly distributed to the public through the temple circulation office and the book issuing institution. The provisional name of the atlas by province is "Atlas of Temple Scenic spots in XX Province".