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June 03, 2008 
A Taoist priest walks past the Li Bing memorial hall at the destroyed Erwang Temple, also known as the... 
Dujiangyan, China 
Taoist priest walks past the Li Bing memorial hall at the destroyed Erwang Temple, also known as the... 
A Taoist priest walks past the Li Bing memorial hall at the destroyed Erwang Temple, also known as the Temple of Two Kings, in earthquake-hit Dujiangyan, Sichuan province June 3, 2008. The temple, which is on the United Nations' World Heritage List, was built 2,000 years ago to honour Li Bing, the then governor of Sichuan, and his son for their contribution to the construction of Dujiangyan, the world's oldest irrigation project still in operation. Sixty-five cultural relics under state protection and 119 under provincial protection in Sichuan province have been severely damaged as a result of May 12 earthquake, the State Administration of Cultural Heritage said in a report by China Daily. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
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