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Bailin Temple

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"Berlin Temple is located in the southeast corner of Zhao County, Hebei Province (ancient name Zhaozhou), and is very close to Zhaozhou Bridge. It was built in the Jian'an era (196-220) of Emperor Xian in Han Dynasty. The temple covers an area of 80 mu. The ancient name is Guanyin Temple, the Southern Song Dynasty is Yong'an Temple, the Jin Dynasty is Berlin Temple, and it is called Berlin Temple since the Yuan Dynasty. Xuan Zhai, a master of the Sutra, came to study the Sutra of the Confucius from Dao Shen before he went west to India to study Sutras. In the late Tang Dynasty, the great master of Zen Zen was stationed here in Xi for 40 years from Zen masters, and the great legalization was carried out, which formed the far-reaching "Zhaozhou Menfeng". In the Jin Dynasty, the temple was changed to the ritsuryo Dojo, and the great virtue of the ritsuryo sect was promoted here for 50 years. At the end of the Jin Dynasty, the Hoden of the Rinzai sect was established by the master of the true genshu, and the temple was changed to the genshu. In the Yuan Dynasty, the Berlin Temple had a master of the Yuan Ming Yue Xi and a master of Lu Yun Xing Xing, all of whom were great patriarchs. The Berlin Temple was a great place to visit and became a Buddhist center in Yanzhao area. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the central court of the Zhaozhou District Buddhist affairs organization, the monks, Shoji, was located in Berlin temple. At that time, the abbot of the temple often also served as monks. Berlin temple was destroyed, temples, shrines and statues. By 1988, when the temple was re-established, only the zhaozhou zen master selita and more than 20 cypresses. On May 12, 1988, the people's government of Hebei officially approved the temple as a religious site, to be opened to the Buddhist Association of Hebei Province, and gradually fund for repair. Jing Hui, President of the Buddhist Association of Hebei Province, personally presided over the restoration of the ancestors' temple. In 1989, the Zhaoxian People's Government issued a special document for the delimitation of the Berlin Temple, determining the area of the Berlin Temple to 38.5mu and delimiting the four-to-one range. The work on the restoration of the Berlin Temple began. On November 17, 1990 (the first of October of the lunar calendar), the Buddha statues were held at the Temple of Berlin, and the statues of the Buddha of Baiyu Shakyamuni and the Bodhisattva of Guanshiyin were installed. In early February 1992, the building of the building of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of the Great Hall of On August 28, 1992, the opening ceremony of the Phu Guangming Hall was held. Subsequently, the repair work of the Berlin Temple was carried out. In the following year, 5, 6, the building of the old Buddha was completed, and the mountain gate, the bell and drum tower, the East and West corridor, the Kannon dono, the Kurakyo Ron, the tsukudo, the kaiun Ron, the kaiyama Ron, the kaiken Ron, the ikgetsu Ron, the unsui Ron, the aromaro, and the old Buddha were built. In March 1997, Gaojia Renjushi, Singapore, donated 100 million yuan to renovate the Serry Tower of Zhaozhou Master. In June of the same year, the Guiyue Building and Huixian Building were completed. In September 1998, the Buddhist College of Hebei Province opened its school at Berlin Temple. On September 30, 1998, the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Berlin Temple and the completion of the restoration of the Zhaozhou Tower, the ceremony of the promotion of the Jinghui Master, were held. On June 25, 2001, the Berlin Temple was approved by the State Council to be included in the fifth batch of national key cultural relics protection units. The building is distributed along the central axis of the Berlin Buddhist temple, and there are five halls, and it is divided into the Sanmon veda hall, the Fukomei hall, the Kannon hall, the ganmon gate (the ganmon gate), and the manbutsu building."