Taoist temple founded in 1319 with hundreds of life size plaster figures and the possibility of making offerings to different gods responsible for all kind of stuff

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Dongyue Temple, Beijing

Taoist temple founded in 1319 with hundreds of life size plaster figures and the possibility of making offerings to different gods responsible for all kind of stuff.

Taoist temple founded in 1319 with hundreds of life size plaster figures and the possibility of making offerings to different gods responsible for all kind of stuff. The temple also houses the Beijing Folk Arts Museum. Very quiet and peaceful spot.


Hours

Sun

8:30

16:30

Mon

8:30

16:30

Tue

8:30

16:30

Wed

8:30

16:30

Thu

8:30

16:30

Fri

8:30

16:30

Sat

8:30

16:30

About Dongyue Temple

 141 Chaowai Street

 +86 10 6551 01

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