The Influence of Religious Culture on the Civilization of Urban Construction

Hongyi Li


The development of urban civilization is based on the country’s economic and cultural achievements. Taking the Tang
Empire as an example, the economy is developed and the ideology is civilized, and cultural construction is emphasized. The
country formulates civilized and civilized religious policies to promote the inheritance, development and integration of various
religious ideas in the city. Promote the civilized construction of residents while affecting the daily habits of residents. Religious
civilization, as an ideological culture, affects residents in clothing accessories, food and clothing, architectural forms, graphic
decoration, urban construction, planning and layout, etc., and also makes Chinese culture present a colorful historical picture.
This article will take Xi’an and Dunhuang as examples, and analyze the influence of the introduction of religion on Chang’an
and Dunhuang from the perspective of geography, geomorphology, cultural material and other factors. The influence of urban
construction, urban planning, architectural decoration.


Religion; Influence; Urban development; Xi’an; Dunhuang

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i6.2878


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