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Address: East of Huaihe Road, Luyang District, Hefei 230001, China
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Buddhist temple that sits in a quaint market area. Very beautiful spot for some nice pictures of the small pagoda and to take a stroll of the marketplace. Quite peaceful for a... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2015
Jake201918
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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Reviewed 24 April 2016 via mobile

The temple is really small, consists of a main hall and two smaller side rooms. It took me five minutes to tour around but there's nothing really to see. The front gate is under construction and some old lady just asked me over and charged me RMB 10 for the entrance fee. Don't go!

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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Reviewed 2 October 2015

Buddhist temple that sits in a quaint market area. Very beautiful spot for some nice pictures of the small pagoda and to take a stroll of the marketplace. Quite peaceful for a Sunday.

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Beijing, China
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Reviewed 7 July 2015

:) Beautiful temple with small pagoda and lion statues, palaces. Buddhists occasionally come here to preach; there are also people who lights sticks to preach here as a result, the fume smoked the whole temple up which can cause some unpleasant smells. Visited today)

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Reviewed 10 May 2015 via mobile

The temple itself is beautiful and in the middle of a well-developed shopping district! Despite the constant noise surrounding the temple, this area provides a peaceful ambiance to all who are visiting. This temple has more than thirty statues of Buddha and the monks here are very friendly. My favorite area was the courtyard where you could see the reclining... More 

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Michigan
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Reviewed 19 April 2015

Lovely temple in the middle of a busy and chaotic public square. There is a RMB 10 entrance fee to go inside the temple. There are a number of courtyards in the temple and each houses grand statues of Buddha and his many avatars. Models of scholars, manuscripts and prayer books are all displayed throughout. There is a beautiful bell... More 

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Reviewed 13 August 2014

Their gods names are so similar to Hindu gods names Unfortunately no photography was allowed inside Very peaceful place

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