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Zhihua Temple, Beijing

Buddhist temple built in 1443 One of the largest, oldest and best preserved wooden structures in Beijing.

Buddhist temple built in 1443 One of the largest, oldest and best preserved wooden structures in Beijing. Houses the Ancient Music Center, which now and then gives concerts played by monks and true to the ancient traditions. Also houses the Beijing Cultural Exhange Museum. The temple has recently been renovated.


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About Zhihua Temple

 5 Lumicang Hutong

 +86 10 6528 66

 www.zhihuatemple.com

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Zhihua Temple

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Temple of the Sun

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