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Traditional archway (Paifang or pailou) in Yonghe Temple also known as Yonghe Lamasery or simply Lama Temple in Beijing, China Stock Photo

Traditional archway (Paifang or pailou) in Yonghe Temple also known as Yonghe Lamasery or simply Lama Temple in Beijing, China Stock Photo

Lama Temple (Yonghe temple) - Beijing China - YouTube

Lama Temple (Yonghe temple) - Beijing China - YouTube

Corridor of A Confucius Temple and The Main Building of The Temple, Under Blue Sky. A  Stereo Type of Traditional Chinese Palace Architecture. The Temple is a Tourist Site in  Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Corridor of A Confucius Temple and The Main Building of The Temple, Under Blue Sky. A Stereo Type of Traditional Chinese Palace Architecture. The Temple is a Tourist Site in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

After our visit to the Hanging Temple we continued south to see the wooden Pagoda of the Fogong Temple. The pagoda stands on a 4 m (13 ft) tall stone platform, has a 10 m (33 ft) tall steeple, and reaches a total height of 67.31 m (220.83 ft) tall; it is, at almost 1,00 years old, the oldest  fully wooden pagoda still standing in China.

After our visit to the Hanging Temple we continued south to see the wooden Pagoda of the Fogong Temple. The pagoda stands on a 4 m (13 ft) tall stone platform, has a 10 m (33 ft) tall steeple, and reaches a total height of 67.31 m (220.83 ft) tall; it is, at almost 1,00 years old, the oldest fully wooden pagoda still standing in China.

Jing'an Temple 静安寺  The temple was first built in 247 AD in the Wu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms period of ancient China. Originally located beside the Suzhou Creek, it was relocated to its current site in 1216 during the Song Dynasty. The current temple was rebuilt in the Qing Dynasty but, during the Cultural Revolution, the temple was converted into a plastic factory. In 1983, it was returned to its original purpose and renovated with the Jing'An Pagoda completed in 2010.

Jing'an Temple 静安寺 The temple was first built in 247 AD in the Wu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms period of ancient China. Originally located beside the Suzhou Creek, it was relocated to its current site in 1216 during the Song Dynasty. The current temple was rebuilt in the Qing Dynasty but, during the Cultural Revolution, the temple was converted into a plastic factory. In 1983, it was returned to its original purpose and renovated with the Jing'An Pagoda completed in 2010.

BeijingYongHeGong-17 - Yonghe Temple

BeijingYongHeGong-17 - Yonghe Temple

Colorful - Yonghe Temple

Colorful - Yonghe Temple

ArtStation - Japanese Temple , Javier Mombiela

ArtStation - Japanese Temple , Javier Mombiela

Traditional Chinese architecture of the pavilion on the pond in the garden of Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, Hong Kong

Traditional Chinese architecture of the pavilion on the pond in the garden of Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple, Hong Kong

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