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Xiashan Catholic Church

Xiashan Catholic Church

4.4/578 Reviews
Church
Open all day (appearance only) (Local time)
Xiashan Catholic Church is the main Gothic church in Zhanjiang City and one of the key places of worship in the nation. Catholicism became the principal faith regarding the city after the onslaught of France over Zhanjiang. Under the Zhanjiang's administration in 1900 the proposition for the development of a church was advanced by a Fan Lian a French legal priest. It took three years to build the congregation. Finally that was once whole of 1903 with the resources collected. It was one of the biggest gothic church in southern China. In 1991, it was recorded as a key cultural relic assurance unit in the city.
Ancestral Temple of Lei

Ancestral Temple of Lei

4.6/531 Reviews
Temple
Catholic Church

Catholic Church

4.3/5394 Reviews
Church
May 1st - October 31st 8:00-18:00; November 1st - April 30th 8:00-17:30 (Local time)
A Catholic Church is located in Shengtang Village which lies northeast on Weizhou Island. The Church was built in 1853 in the North Sea area by French Missionaries of the Foreign Missions program in Paris. While this church has a long and continued history, and some of parts of the building have fallen due to disarray and time - the main portion of the church as still remained intact. The building is typical of the Renaissance French Gothic churches found in Europe at the time, it was completed with a towering Romanesque minaret. Compared to the homes and buildings of the surrounding village, the church is a particularly spectacular sight.
Five Officials Temple

Five Officials Temple

4.3/51,157 Reviews
Temple
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Five Officials' Temple is located in Haikou's urban district. It is a cultural relic and monument to the culture of ancient Chinese eunuchs, to Hainanese history and culture and to traditional architecture with Hainanese characteristics. The temple was built to commemorate five famous historical figures from the Tang and Song Dynasties who were banished to Hainan Island. The most famous building at the center of Five Officials' Temple is a two-story structure built entirely out of redwood with green roof tiles. Surrounded by lush tropical greenery, it is an extremely solemn and beautiful sight.
Yongqing Temple

Yongqing Temple

4.5/533 Reviews
Temple
Yongqing Temple is situated in Yingbing Peninsula Resort in Chengmai County, Hainan Province. It was built as the first phase for "Hainan Yongqing Culture Tourist Attraction". Yongqing Temple is a Buddha temple in North Hainan. In history, Yongqing Temple was firstly built in the Tang Dynasty as one of the "Eight Scenic Spots in Chengmai". It was a sanctuary of Zen in Hainan history. According to historical material, Li Guang, Su Dongpo and other refined scholars were attracted to Yongqing Temple by its reputation as a scenic spot, making Yongqing Temple even more famous across Hainan.
Sugong Shrine

Sugong Shrine

4.4/534 Reviews
Temple
Sugong Temple is located to the east of Wugong Temple (Temple of the Five Lords). It was built in commemoration of the great writer Su Wu from the Northern Song Dynasty. Here, there are relics left by Su Wu, such as the Twin Creek and Dongzhuo Pavilion. It is a garden-style backyard. Qiong Garden is on the left side of Sugong Temple. Inside, there are relics of Dongpo, such as Fuli Creek, Liquan Pavilion, and Xixinxuan. Liquan Pavilion and Xixinxuan are above Fuli Creek. Apparently, these two sites were constructed separately by Ming Dynasty's Weng Ruyu and Qing Dynasty's Ye rulan, due to the influence of a poem by Su Dongpo.
Yongqing Cultural Scenic Region

Yongqing Cultural Scenic Region

4.5/537 Reviews
Cultural Experiencial Area
Temple
Yongqing Cultural Scenic Region is located in Chengmai, Hainan. There is Yongqing Temple, which is used to pass down Tang Dynasty's Fomai. It is a large-scale Buddhist Temple in the Qiongbei region. Within the temple, there are buildings such as Daxiong Palace, Book Room, and Wenshu Palace. The main hall has a Buddha sculpture constructed using white jade from Myanmar. It has high cultural and artistic value.
Pudusi

Pudusi

4.4/527 Reviews
Temple
St. Mary's Church

St. Mary's Church

3.8/5133 Reviews
Church
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
The St. Mary's Church, also known as St. Mary's Temple, is located in Chengchai Village, Weizhou Island. It is a European country Gothic building built by French missionaries who came to China in the late Qing Dynasty. Although the exterior of the St. Mary's Church is old, the interior is very clean and has a small courtyard, which is why many tourists like to take photos. Entering the church you will find it quite simple, which makes the environment very peaceful.
Xitian Temple

Xitian Temple

4/542 Reviews
Temple
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