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The Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan ) built in the year 1958 by Bunleua Sulilat, a spiritual leader in turn sculptor who emigrated to Thailand during the Communist occupation, is a park located 25 km on the outskirts of the city of Vientiane (Laos), which gets its name from the more than 200 statues Hindus and Buddhists sprinkled on it. The Buddha Park is full of bizarre sculptures and constructions, all of them made in reinforced concrete. Some of these sculptures were built thanks to the donation of a benefactor, whose name was engraved on a plaque at the base of the work. Buddha Park not only there are sculptures of Buddha, but there are also anthropomorphic sculptures, animals, gods and demons.
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