The relationship between Mogao Grottoes and nature plants in Dunhuang. Mogao Grottoes, located on the cliff at the eastern foot of the Singing Sand Mountain in Mogao Town, 25 kilometers southeast of Dunhuang City, Gansu Province, China, has 735 caves, 45,000 square meters of murals, and 2,415 clay colored sculptures, making it the largest and most abundant Buddhist art site in the world. In modern times, the cave of Tibetan Scriptures has been discovered, and there are more than 50,000 ancient cultural relics, and a special study of the cave of Tibetan Scriptures and Dunhuang art has been derived - Dunhuang Studies.

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