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Yet break through the forest or look up through the trees and you’ll be met with the most awe-inspiring sight of all, a 16-metre (52 ft.) tall statue of Buddha that is over four times the size of a fully grown African elephant! This is just a small portion of the Maijishan Grottoes, a complex of 194 caves that have been cut directly into the cliff-face and filled with over 7,200 Buddhist sculptures and 1,000 square metres (10,700 sq. ft.) of intricate murals.
Tianshui Immortal Cliff is part of Maijisha area, they are the same kind of landform. While the grottoes in Immortal Cliff are much less than Maiji Grottoes and badly destroyed. However, the natural view is better and with fewer tourists.