Situated in Famensi Town, about 15 km north of Fufeng County, Baoji city, it is the only temple that preserves the veritable finger bones of Sakyamunu in the world. First constructed in the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220), it was originally known as the Ashoka Temple, which was renamed Famen Temple in early Tang Dynasty. The gold and silver wares discovered from the underground palace are exquisite treasures. The gold-gilded Buddhist cane with 12 rings on its four sides is the best Buddhist service articles in the world in terms of quality, shape and crafting techniques. The consummate skills of weaving brocade in gold threads of the Tang Dynasty will make visitors gasp in admiration. The thinnest gold threads for weaving brocade are only 0.1 mm, thinner than hair.