Subash Buddhist Ruins

Subash Buddhist Ruins were the extant oldest, largest and best preserved Buddhist architectural complex in the Western Regions, continuously used from 3rd century to 10th century. As an important Buddhist architectural complex site in Kucha, south of Tian-shan Mountains, it presents the history of Kucha as the center of Western Regions Buddhism transmission along the Silk Roads. The unearthed relics including silk, ancient coins, instruments and documents validate the multi-cultural and commercial interchange in Kucha area along the Silk Roads.


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