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The Twin Peaks Evening Bells
双峰晚钟

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Temple
Open Open from 4:30am-6:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Rongcheng, Jieyang, China
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Phone: 0663-8619800

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Jieyang the largest ancient temple, with Chaozhou Kaiyuan Temple, Chaoyang Lingshan Temple called "Chao County three famous temples." Whenever the sunset falls west, bells and drums ring together, Fan shu, wooden corners, the scenery is charming, as a Buddhist and tourist attraction. "Twin peaks" for Jieyang one of the eight ancient scenes.

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Introduction

The Twin Peaks Evening Bells are found in the Twin Peaks Temple, one of the three most famous temples in Chaoshan. The origin of the name of the Twin Peaks Evening Bells is appropriately full of interest. On each setting of the sun below the hills, when the birds return to their nests, at precisely the time when the sutras are recited in the Twin Peaks Temple, the sounds of the bells ringing out and the pure sound of the priests' wooden blocks rise one after another. It has a unique kind of innate charm, and thus we have the name of the "Twin Peaks Evening Bells". This is the symbolic attraction of the Twin Peaks Temple.
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