Zhihua Temple in the end of March and early April the most beautiful, flowering season, to the ancient temple added vitality and vitality. The pear flowers in front of the Tibetan Temple, very long-showing, pear flowers after the flowers are the flowers of the seagull and lilac. Basically white flowers, green leaves, with red palace walls, towers, how to shoot beautiful.
Beijing East 2nd Ring Chaoyangmen Overpass southeast of a white, geometric semi-spherical building, the Galaxy SOHO. Follow its west side of the small alley south to Dafangjia alley, turn to the Taomicang alley, a total of 400 meters, to Zhihua Temple. Zhihua Temple hidden in the deep Beijing alley. And the ancient architecture, Buddhist art, Beijing music three prominent points of view, is not other temples.
The mysterious Zhihua Temple in the Ming Dynasty, which is hidden in Beijing's Second Ring Road, is a place worth visiting. The reason for recommendation is: there are few and small people. And it echoes the modern architecture of the Galaxy SOHO next door, standing in the temple hall, can see the modern architecture that gives the most sense of the times.
The view point of Zhihua Temple can be divided into several aspects: Spring can come here to see flowers, seagulls, pear flowers, lilacs, cherry blossoms and so on. But there are still some time to wait, not open now. The music of the temple of Zhihua, known as the living fossil, is the most characteristic, the most famous, the most celestial, the music that floats in the Buddhist scriptures, can be purified. The revolver of the temple is only three in Beijing, which is from the Ming Dynasty. The murals of Zhihua Temple are also very visible, line, color, time, presentation, should not be missed.
Chihua Ji Temple was built in the Ming Dynasty in 1444, the first Ming Dynasty eunuch Wang Zhenjia temple, and later received the name of the English sect "Chihua Zen Ji Temple", the temple layout is strict, the scale is large, and the music of Chihua Ji Temple was officially approved as the first national intangible cultural heritage in 2006 6.
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