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Zhou Gong Temple

Zhou Gong Temple

4.4/5221 Reviews
Historical Site
Zhou Gong Temple lies in the south foot of Phoenix Mountain, in the northwest of Qishan County, Baoji City, and is one of the key historical relics protection organizations at the provincial level as well as a scenic spot at the provincial level. The scenic spot boasts hills surrounded on three sides, leaving only the south connecting with the plain. Qishan is the origin of Zhou royalty, and many poets and literary men once traveled here and left their famous literature works that made this place well-known.
Famen Temple

Famen TempleNearby City

4.5/53,341 Reviews
Famen Temple is located in Fufeng County, Baoji City. Originally constructed during the late Eastern Han dynasty, it was an imperial temple during the Tang dynasty (618-907) because it housed the holiest of Buddhist items, a finger bone of the Gautama Buddha (Sakyamuni), thereby becoming a holy place revered across the country. Today's Famen Temple comprises two parts: the cluster of old Tang-style architecture (the Famen temple complex and True Relic Pagoda) and the newly built cultural scenic area. The precious true relic of the finger bone of the Gautama Buddha is enshrined in the Namaste Dagoba on the east side of the cultural scenic area.
Jintai Taoist Temple

Jintai Taoist TempleNearby City

4.2/586 Reviews
Taoist Temple
Jintai Taoist Temple, is located in Lingyuan, the north of Baoji City, only 1 km from the railway station. It was first built in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty, used by Taoist Zhang Sanfeng for his cultivation. The temple conforms to the mountain's capacity. The main buildings are set along the axis of alignment, symmetrical, with the Yuhuang Pavilion, the Sanqing Hall, the Octagonal Pavilion, the Sanfeng Cave, and so on. Every year, there are local opera performances such as Qin Opera during the temple fair. After the founding of China, the government maintained the ancient buildings of Jintai multiple times, and then transformed it into the Museum of Baoji City.
Ancient Temple of Su Wenzhong

Ancient Temple of Su WenzhongNearby City

4.4/511 Reviews
Historical Site
City God Temple

City God TempleNearby City

4.4/518 Reviews
Taoist Temple
Zhao Gongming, God of Wealth Temple

Zhao Gongming, God of Wealth TempleNearby City

4.3/5136 Reviews
Taoist Temple
9:00-18:00 (Local time)
Zhao Gongming Fortuna Temple is located on the east bank of the Tianyu River. We will develop folk culture tourism represented by the hometown of God of Wealth, the legend of the gods, and the collection of drums and drums. We will create a Chinese tourism culture root-seeking pilgrimage project that integrates the blessing and entertainment, and integrates the traditional Chinese Taoist culture with modern life to give visitors a deep understanding. Historical experience. The planning and layout of the Zhaogongming Temple of Fortunes is based on the concept of Shushui Guitang and Wulu Caishen. The Sanjin Fortuna Temple is the core building courtyard. The temple and the small temple form the system of the gods, forming a comprehensive exhibition park for folklore and good fortune.
Giant Wild Goose Pagoda

Giant Wild Goose PagodaNearby City

4.5/56,227 Reviews
09:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Giant Wild Goose Pagoda in Xi'an is located in Daci'en Temple in the south of the city. The tower is one of Xi'an's landmarks. Daci'en Temple was once a magnificent royal temple in Chang’an City during the Tang Dynasty. When Emperor Taizong was born, Prince Li Zhi built the temple in memory of his mother Empress Wen De. Monk Xuanzang, a famous figure in Chinese history, served as the first abbot of the Buddhist monastery. Monk Xuanzang translated Buddhist scriptures at the Daci'en Temple for 11 years and oversaw the construction of the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda.
Tomb of the Living Dead

Tomb of the Living DeadNearby City

4.4/525 Reviews
Taoist Temple
Those who have read Jin Yong's martial arts novels will be familiar with the Tomb of the Living Dead. In the novel The Return of the Condor Heroes, this is where Xiaolongnü and Yang Guo meet and fall in love. The Tomb of the Living Dead was built by the Chinese Taoist Wang Chongyang following a failed rebellion against the Jin dynasty. It is located approximately 40 km from Xi'an. The tomb is well preserved and is marked by a large stone engraved with Chinese characters. It also contains a path leading to the underground tomb, although this is not open to visitors.

ShennongciNearby City

3.9/515 Reviews
Zhang Liang Temple

Zhang Liang TempleNearby City

4.6/5115 Reviews
Located in the northwest of Liuba County, Hanzhong City, Zhang Liang Temple is a renowned tourist attraction in South Shaanxi. According to legend, Zhang Liang, one of the three outstanding heroes of the early Han Dynasty, lived here in solitude after assisting Liu Bang in realizing his achievements as an emperor. In honor of him, his descendants built the temple to perform sacrifices. As Zhang Liang was dubbed "Liu Hou", the temple also called "Liu Hou Memorial Temple". is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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