In the North of China, archaeologists found a 130-year-old stone slab with a text, which describes the reconstruction of the monastery is not extant.

As reports the Agency “Xinhua” with reference to the local office for the protection of cultural values, the ancient stove was installed in the reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911).

Plate height 173 cm, width 69 cm, height 23 cm. Notes that on the plate found in the village Sababu, engraved text, consisting of more than 207 Chinese characters.

According to researchers, the discovery is of great value to the study of folk customs and religious heritage of the Qing dynasty in the Central and southern regions of Hebei province of the period.

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