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Xianyudong

XianyudongNearby City

4.5/532 Reviews
Temple
Longyinsi

LongyinsiNearby City

3.6/525 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Forest
Zhenwu Mountain

Zhenwu MountainNearby City

3.9/524 Reviews
Mountain
Taoist Temple
Shengshui Temple

Shengshui TempleNearby City

4.5/580 Reviews
Temple
Shengshui Temple is situated in the suburbs of Neijiang City, Sichuan Province. It was built during the Xiantong period of the Qing Dynasty. During the Song Dynasty, it was named Xingci Temple, and was one of the eight largest temples in Sichuan Province. It has a long history and prestige in Sichuan's Buddhist community, having produced many eminent monks. There are lots of relics with significant historical value, such as stone arch bridge from the Song and Ming Dynasties, stone buildings, and inscriptions by famous historical figures.
Gaofengsi

GaofengsiNearby City

4.5/523 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
Temple
Neijiang Xilin Temple

Neijiang Xilin TempleNearby City

4.4/536 Reviews
Temple
Tianchi Temple

Tianchi TempleNearby City

4.9/514 Reviews
Temple
Miaoguansi

MiaoguansiNearby City

4.3/525 Reviews
Temple
Qingyuan Palace

Qingyuan PalaceNearby City

4.1/57 Reviews
Taoist Temple
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Huayan Temple

Huayan TempleNearby City

4.5/5127 Reviews
Temple
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
Huayan Temple is located in Dazhao Mountain, Huayan Township, Jiulongpo District. It is named after a Huayan Cave on the south side of the temple. Huayan Temple is divided into a large temple and a small temple. The temple is built as a traditional garden-style brick and wood structure. The temple also houses the Indian Jade Buddha and the Golden Pagoda model. The small temple is Huayan Cave, which faces the Great Temple across the lake and is the ancestral temple of Huayan Temple.
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