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Yunquan Temple

Yunquan Temple

4.4/526 Reviews
Temple
Catholic Church

Catholic Church

4.7/538 Reviews
Church
Ciyunsi

Ciyunsi

3.9/538 Reviews
Temple
Hanging Temple

Hanging Temple

4.6/52,749 Reviews
Temple
08:00-17:00 (Local time)
Hanging Temple is located between the cliffs of Cuiping Peak in Jinlong Gorge, Hengshan. It was built in the Northern Wei Dynasty and has a history stretching longer than 1,500 years. It is a well-preserved high-altitude wooden cliff building in China. At the foot of Hengshan, from a distance, you can see the Hanging Temple suspended over the mountainside. The entire temple is hung on the steep cliff, skillfully utilizing and building into the concave and convex portions of the cliff, making it exceptionally staggered and yet rhythmic. Visitors walk along the wooden plank road suspended within the temple to feel the magical architectural charm of the Hanging Temple.
Huayan Temple

Huayan Temple

4.7/51,938 Reviews
Temple
8:00-17:30 ( ticket sales end at 17:00) (Local time)
Huayan Temple is located in the center of Datong. This temple was built in the 8th year of Liao Qingning Period (AD 1062). In the Daxiong Hall of Huayan Temple, you can see the groundworks of Liao Dynasty and the buildings of Jin Dynasty, as well as the statues of Ming Dynasty and the murals of Qing Dynasty. The Hall of BojiaJiaocang in the temple is the only Liao Dynasty building here. The statues from Liao Dynasty in the Hall are extremely precious. There is a double-storey pavilion-style cabinet behind the Hall of Bojiajiaocang, the upper level is for Buddha statues and Buddhist altars, and the lower layer stores for books.
Tanzhe Temple

Tanzhe Temple

4.6/5984 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Temple
8:30-16:30 (Local time)
Tanzhe Temple in Mentougou District, Beijing, was built more than 1,700 years ago. There is a saying “Tanzhe Temple came before Beijing city was built". This temple has been valued highly by the Royal families. The temple is surrounded by mountains, with many lush old trees and beautiful scenery. Behind the Daxiong Hall in the temple, there is a thousand years old ginkgo tree. A two-color magnolia tree rarely seen in Beijing is next to the old ginkgo tree. The stone fish on the northwest side of the temple is also a must-see attraction for tourists. Many tourists like touching the stone fish.
Badachu Park

Badachu Park

4.7/51,421 Reviews
Temple
6:00-18:30 (March 16-August 31) (19:30 Jingyuan); 6:00-18:00 (September 1st - November 15th) (19:00 Jingyuan); 6:00-17:30 (November 16th - March 15th of the following year) (18:30 Jingyuan). Cableway, slide: 9:15-16:30. Ticket collection time: 9:00-17:00 (Local time)
Badachu Park is surrounded by the Taihang Yumai Cuiwei Mountain, Pingpo Mountain and Lushi Mountain. The winter mountain is warm and the summer is cool and pleasant. The eight ancient temples refer to Chang'an Temple, Lingguang Temple, Sanshan Temple, Dabei Temple, Longquan Temple, Xiangjie Temple, Baozhu Cave and Zhenguo Temple. They were created in the Tang, Song, Yuan and Ming Dynasties and undergone restoration. The ancient buildings are still intact. .
Yonghe Temple

Yonghe Temple

4.6/51,690 Reviews
Temple
Winter (November 1 - March 31) 9:00-16:00; Summer (April 1 - October 31) 9:00-16:30 (Local time)
Yonghe Temple was once the residence of Emperor Yongzheng of the Qing Dynasty. At that time, Emperor Yongzheng was the prince and had not yet stepped up to the throne. It is also the place where Emperor Qianlong, the son of Emperor Yongzheng, was born. Nowadays, Lama Temple is a well-known monastery of Tibetan Buddhism in Beijing. The incense often burns brightly. There are also many precious cultural relics in Lama Temple, such as the 500 Arhat Mountain carved out of sandalwood, the giant Buddha niche carved out of silkwood, and the 18-meter-high Buddha carved out of white sandalwood.
Shanhua Temple

Shanhua Temple

4.5/5230 Reviews
Temple
Shanhua Temple is situated at 6 Nansi Street, in Datong's Cheng district. First built in the Tang dynasty, the temple later suffered heavy war damage. Rebuilding began in the Liao and Jin dynasties, and Shanhua Temple is one of the more complete temples of the period that still stand. The temple's main buildings are the Hall of the Heavenly Kings, Hall of the Three Sages, and Mahavira Hall. The Mahavira Hall was built in the Liao dynasty and renovated in the Jin dynasty. At the front of the hall are five consecrated Buddha statues, while on the brick built platforms to each side of the hall stand 24 deva statues. The statues are all high quality examples of Jin dynasty craftmanship.
Dajue Temple

Dajue Temple

4.5/5216 Reviews
Temple
Dajue Temple is located on Dajuesi Road in the Haidian District of Beijing. It is famous for its clear springs, ancient trees, magnolia, and elegant environment. The temple was built on the mountain side and faces the east preserving the custom of the Qidan people of the Liao dynasty who faced east to worship the sun. Apart from the conventional temple buildings, there are two other buildings, "Siyitang" named by Emperor Yongzheng and "Xiyunxuan" named by Emperor Qianlong. These buildings give Dajue Temple a lofty cultural status.
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