Gude Temple is located at No. 74, Huangpu Road, Hankou, Wuhan, Hubei Province. It was founded by Long Xi in the Qing Dynasty (1877). It is a combination of the three Buddhist monasteries of Mahayana, Xiaocheng and Zangmi. Most notably, the ancient temple preserves the Gothic Christian church, the Roman Catholic church, the Byzantine Orthodox church, and the Islamic-style mosque style. As a distinctive temple, it is a traditional temple with yellow tiles and red columns. All the halls of the place are very different from each other. It is called "the first spectacle of the Han Buddhism Temple" and is rare in the world.