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Jietai Temple

4.7/5
505 Reviews
TempleAncient Trees
Liked by 3
Closed Open from 01/01-12/31,8:30am-5:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-3 hours
Address: Ma'an Mountain,Mentougou District, Beijing
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Official website: http://www.bjjietaisi.com/
Phone: 010-69805942 010-69806611

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The temple is located in Yongding Town, Mentougou District, Beijing, which was built in the Tang Dynasty. It has the largest temple in China and is the center building. There is an open-air Buddha, carved from thousands of years of fragrant wood, bathing in the essence of the world. The temple's pine and peony are also quite famous.

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Introduction

The Jietai Temple was constructed on the mountain and the layout was patchy. The entire temple has both the greatness of the northern temples and the elegant and tidy scenery of the Jiangnan gardens. The ordination platform was constructed in the Liao Dynasty, and is known as the "National Three Ordination Platforms" together with ordination platforms of Kaiyuan Temple in Quanzhou, Fujian Province, and Zhaoqing Temple in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. The ordination platform in Beijing's Jietai Temple is also top of the three ordination platforms.
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