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Liuzu (Six Ancestors) Temple

4.6/5
46 Reviews
Temple
Closed Open from 8:00am-5:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: 389 Country Rd, Sihui Shi, Zhaoqing Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China
Phone: 0758-3309613

What people are saying:

Located in the Sihui City Lushan Scenic Area, the exit of Lotus from Guangfo Zhao Expressway to Liuzu Avenue is about a very short drive away, and the traffic is very convenient. The scenic area is surrounded by mountains on three sides, with beautiful scenery and large parking lots, free to visit. The temple is quiet and quiet, the Buddhist temple is not suitable for loud noise, can be with the edge of the distribution, there is a charge for the temple, the price is moderate. The opposite hill is six ancestral towers, can not climb can only look up, can overlook the six ancestral temple. If you don't like to eat porridge, you can also go to the surrounding farmhouse to solve lunch and dinner, delicious and price is friendly.

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Introduction

With a history dating back more than 1,300 years, the Liuzu Temple was first built in the Tang Dynasty. It was most recently completely rebuilt during the 14th year of Qing Emperor Jiaqing. The design of the temple runs along a central axis with a main entrance, front hall, apse, left- and right-wing rooms and side alleys. The temple is encircled on all four sides by mountains. In the nearby mountains, there are many places and peaks whose names are related to the famous six ancestors that lend their names to the temple. Since its establishment in the Tang Dynasty, Liuzu Temple has attracted many devotees and pilgrims. On holidays, tourists flood the temple to pay homage. There is a constant flow of fragrant incense wafting up into the sky.
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