Tam Ting caves, Laos

<p><a class="runtimeTopic" href="#" data-topic-id="PLGEO00000158">Laos'</a> Tam Ting caves, which to locals means "caves of a thousand Buddhas," embody centuries of religion and craftsmanship. These caves, made up of a lower and an upper cave, contain 4,000 wooden Buddhas carved between the 18th and 20th centuries. The caves are about 15 miles from Luang Prabang along the Mekong River.</p>
<p>More info: <a href="http://www.wmf.org/project/tam-ting">http://www.wmf.org/project/tam-ting</a></p>
<p>-- Jason La</p>

( World Monuments Fund )

Laos' Tam Ting caves, which to locals means "caves of a thousand Buddhas," embody centuries of religion and craftsmanship. These caves, made up of a lower and an upper cave, contain 4,000 wooden Buddhas carved between the 18th and 20th centuries. The caves are about 15 miles from Luang Prabang along the Mekong River.

More info: http://www.wmf.org/project/tam-ting

-- Jason La

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