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In China, the first cultural park named after Geser Khan
Recently, in the county of Mado, Qinghai Province, in North-West China, a Geser Cultural Park opened. This was reported in the cultural department of the Golo-Tibet Autonomous Region, in which the Mado district is located.
The park occupies about 54 thousand square meters of land. It houses the bronze statues of Geser and the miraculous unicorn, 115 Buddhist pagodas, 608 prayer drums and tens of thousands of stone bas-reliefs. A large number of wall drawings and relief compositions tells about the history of the legendary Geser, as well as the everyday life of Tibetans, Mongols and other local peoples in antiquity.
The Golo-Tibet Autonomous Okrug is considered one of the sources of the "Geseriad" - an epic cycle of oral and written legends about Geser Khan, which became widespread in Central and East Asia.
The main content of "Geseriad" is devoted to the struggle of the enlightened and brave Geser Khan against evil and social injustice, as well as the peaceful coexistence of different nationalities.