Johnny's practice is a small but exquisite courtyard, which is full of sound and colour. Flowers and plants surrounded, twisted branches, after all, is still the place for girls. There is no charge here. There are few and quiet people in the downtown alleys. I left my glasses in the temple today. I'll visit them again at dawn tomorrow morning. I wish you all the best.
Id like to visit those kind of place. Very attractive for me.
Tongjiao Temple is located in the Needle and thread alley of Dongzhimen, Beijing. Its history can be traced back to Ming Dynasty. It was first founded by a eunuch in the Ming Dynasty, and was rebuilt as a Nisi Temple in the Ming Dynasty of the Qing Dynasty, renamed as Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist forest . In 1942, Kaihui Shengyu expanded the temple. The temple area was expanded to more than 4 acres, and the temple was renamed as the temple of Taoism the specific time of the temple's establishment is uncertain. Legend has it that the temple was built in the Ming Dynasty and rebuilt in the Qing Dynasty. It was originally a small temple with only a few temples. At the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, the palace was broken and the statue of Buddha was destroyed, leaving only an old Buddhist nun to live in the temple. In 1942, two Fujian-born Biqiuni Kaihui and Shengyu lived in Guangci Temple in Beijing. They learned to listen to Sutras in the Buddhist Academy of Jinglian Temple. They decided to rebuild the temple. Funds were raised to renovate the hall, and buildings such as the North-South Building, the Nianfo Hall, the Five Views Hall and the Great Lao were built. Since the founding of New China, the temples have been strictly abiding by Buddhist rules and regulations, and the people of Nepal have lived a religious life like the law. & During the Cultural Revolution, Buddhist scriptures were destroyed and nuns were separated. After 1978, the people's government carried out the policy of freedom of religious belief, rebuilt the temple of general religion, recalled the Buddhist monks who had left the temple at that time, and resumed the religious activities which had been forcibly stopped for many years. In 1983, it was designated as the national key monastery in the Han nationality area. Address: Beijing Dongzhimen Neibei Beixiaojie Hutong No. 19 Bus Route: Metro Dongzhimen Station, or 413, 815 Buses
The Buddhist temple is located in the Needle and Thread Hutong in Dongzhimen, Beijing. Its history can be traced back to the Ming Dynasty. It was first founded by a eunuch in the Ming Dynasty, and was rebuilt as a Nisi Temple in the Ming Dynasty of the Qing Dynasty, renamed "Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist forest". In 1942, Kaihui Shengyu expanded the temple. The temple area was expanded to more than 4 acres, and the temple was renamed "Tongtong Temple".
When I was a child, I always thought what kind of temple this place was called. Today, I found that it was called Tongjiao Temple, a monk temple. The environment of the temple is quiet, after entering the door, it is to repair a new Daxiong Palace. Amitabha Buddha is enshrined on the lotus pedestal in the palace of Daxiong Palace. The Dharma is solemn and the sculpture is exquisite.
There are no tickets. On the opposite side of Nanguan Park, beside the neighborhood, there is a bus No. 16 arriving. We checked Baidu specially. It turned out to be a very historic ancient temple. I recommend you to visit the temple. It's not sitting in the north and facing the south. It's amazing!
Tongjiao Temple is located in the Neixue Hutong Monastery, about 500 meters south of Xiaojie Bridge in the North Second Ring Road. You can see it when you pass by. The main entrance is in the alley, close to the west gate of Nanguan Park. The temple is small in scale, and some Buddhist festivals are held.
Tongjiao Temple is located on the west side of Nanguan Park. Although it is not a scenic spot, people often come here to visit it. The temple is very small, you can see the main hall when you enter, but you are not allowed to enter. And the management of the aunt's attitude is brutal, unlike Buddhist believers, the hall on both sides of the drying clothes, not like "Buddhist Zen forest".