Grauerge Temple. Not far from the Longpan Pool, a small temple quietly standing in a hidden place on the hill. The place is small, there are not many tourists, and nothing special. If there is no driver and guide, it is not recommended go with.
The walls here are very low and only half the height of other temples, and stones are scattered on the ground. The entire temple is paved with red sandstone, and the foundation of the door has been undulating, like chaos.
Grauergo Temple is one hundred meters north of the water tank pool. The walls of this temple are very low, only half the height of the outer walls of other temples. There are a lot of stones scattered on the ground under the outer wall. The entire temple is paved with red sandstone, and our base has been undulating. To tell you the truth is that the temple is broken and deserted. It is a small attraction.
Immediately north of the Nirvana Palace, there is a Grauerge Temple. The driver of this place will not take you on the initiative. I asked him to go according to the introduction in "Traveling the World". Compared with the bustle of Nirvana, this place is deserted and deserted.
Not far from the Longpan Pool to the north is the Grauerge Temple. This is a small temple, surrounded by trees on three sides, and generally few tourists come here. There are not many low walls left in the temple. The ground is paved with red sandstone. Most of the top of the temple has collapsed. The sculptures at the doors and windows are clearly visible and well preserved. There is a hanging ornament on the walls on both sides of the door. It doesn't seem to be a long time to hang, but the color is very bright. There are two windows on the ground in the temple and a small incense burner filled with incense sticks seems to have been specially placed by people. A tall tree with its lush roots rides on a dilapidated low wall, and beside it is piled up stones on the wall of the collapsed temple.
Grauerge Temple is 100 meters north of Longpan Pool. If we weren't for the tour guide to take us here, we wouldn't know that there is such a famous temple next to it even after the tour to Longpan Pool. The history of this temple should be the same as that of Phasa Temple, Bayon Temple, and Longpan Pool, but it is dedicated to Guanyin Bodhisattva. The temple is very small and looks a little broken. The ground has been undulating and uneven, and some of the gate posts have also slanted, making it look vicissitudes of life. There are very few tourists here, so you can choose and take pictures at will.