Category:Yangshan Quarry

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Object location32° 04′ 06″ N, 119° 00′ 02″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth - Proximityramainfo
English: The Yangshan Quarry (Yangshan Bei Cai, i.e. Yangshan Stele Material) is the place where a giant stone stele, to be used to commemorate the late Hongwu Emperor, was being cut during the Yongle Emperor's reign. Due to its gigantic size, the stele was never completed, moved, or installed. Its 3 sections - the base, the stele proper, and the crown - remain in the quarry, almost 600 years late. These days, walking trail connect the quarry itself with the "Ming Cultural Village", sort of a small theme park at the entrance to the site (and within the same entry-controlled area).
Русский: Каменоломня Яншань, к востоку от Нанкина, где в начале XV века, при императоре Юнлэ, пытались высечь гигантскую стелу.
中文(繁體)‎: 陽山碑材
Yangshan Quarry 
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LocationNanjing, Jiangsu, PRC
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32° 04′ 12″ N, 119° 00′ 00″ E

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南京明文化村・陽山碑材 (ja); Yangshan Quarry (fr); 陽山碑材 (zh-hant); Kamenolom Jang-šan (cs); Яньшаньский карьер (ru); Yangshan Quarry (en); 陽山碑材 (zh-hk); 陽山碑材 (zh); 阳山碑材 (zh-hans) mine (en); Bergwerk in der Volksrepublik China (de); mijn in Nanking, Volksrepubliek China (nl)


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