Marble Mountains Buddhist Hell Caves - The Marble Mountains are made up of five hills made of limestone and marble near Danang Vietnam. Each mountain represents one of the five elements of the universe: water, wood, fire, metal and earth. It's also a Buddhist pilgrimage site with peaks, caves, tunnels and temples. They are located in an area renowned for stone-cutting and sculpture - evident by the many sculpture and monument shops surrounding the attractions. . The caves within the mountains contain Buddhist sanctuaries and places of worship as well as a special circular cave that leads to the summit. At the base of one of the mountains the Am Phu Cave depict heaven and hell, mostly Buddhist hell in all its gory freakishness with sculptures of people being tortured, monstrous faces showing fear and anger stare at visitors. The path leading upwards is where heaven is found with where beautiful carvings and lanterns adorning the walls.