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Giant Wild Goose Pagoda

Giant Wild Goose PagodaNearby City

4.5/56,229 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.
Fusheng Temple

Fusheng Temple

4.2/517 Reviews
Huajue Lane, the Great Mosque

Huajue Lane, the Great MosqueNearby City

4.5/5287 Reviews
8:00-21:00 (Local time)
The Mosque in Huajue Alley is a Chinese palace-style ancient building with a long history and a large scale. It is the fruit of the fusion of Islamic culture and Chinese culture. The temple was built in the first year of Tang Tianbao (AD 742). It has achieved its current condition after undergoing restorations in the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. On the wooden doors and brick walls of the temple, you can see many wood carvings and brick carvings. The three-dimensional technique of Islamic art has been used to depict Chinese-style flowers and plants.
Qinglong Temple

Qinglong TempleNearby City

4.4/5293 Reviews
8:30-17:30 (Local time)
Qinglong Temple is located in the southeast of Xi'an City, There is the Kukai Monument, Huiguo and Kukai memorial hall, and Qinglong Temple garden. The three courtyards are scattered and orderly, simple and elegant. The garden is planted with pine, bamboo, plum, willow and Chinese rose. In addition, Qinglong Temple displays cultural relics in its showroom. Nowadays, it is a good place for public outings, spring riding. Especially in the spring of the year, many couples have come here to shoot wedding scenes under the cherry blossom trees. In addition, flowers, such as peony and tulip, are on display in the spring.
Guangren Temple

Guangren TempleNearby City

4.6/5297 Reviews
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Guangren Temple is a Tibetan Yellow Temple (Gelug) in Shanxi. The treasure of the temple is a thousand-handed Guanyin statue. It is golden and sparkling. There are countless Tang Dynasty cultural relics inside, which are full of the style of Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. The inscription can also be viewed in the temple. The inscription is written by Kangxi, which records the construction process of the temple. The rice paper has been yellow, but the writing is apparent and dignified. It is a masterpiece of calligraphy.
Daxingshan Temple

Daxingshan TempleNearby City

4.5/5221 Reviews
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
 Daxingshan Temple was built in the early Jin Dynasty. During the first year of Emperor Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty, the Indian monk Shan Yuanzhi, Jin Gangzhi, who was known as the "Three Great Tutors of Kaiyuan", taught the Tantric Buddhism to this monastery and became one of the three major translation sites of Changan's Buddhist scriptures. Among them, the monks are available to preside over the translation service in Daxingshan Temple, and also held the initiation ceremony for the emperor of Datang. He has made indelible contributions to the study and promotion of Buddhist classics, and the temple has also become the birthplace of Chinese Buddhism Tantra.
Xi'an Town's God Temple

Xi'an Town's God TempleNearby City

4.4/5155 Reviews
Taoist Temple
The Catholic Church at Wuxing Street

The Catholic Church at Wuxing StreetNearby City

4.5/562 Reviews
The formal name of the Catholic Church at Wuxing Street is the Saint Francis Cathedral. It is also called the South Cathedral. The church is most commonly called the Catholic Church at Wuxing Street due to its location. The church was built thanks to the support of an Italian missionary called Mar Sergis. The cathedral is a harmonious blend of Western and Chinese styles and uses both wood and stone. The sculptures on the facade are particularly beautiful. A classical Roman style is indicated with the use of arches. Both Western and Chinese details can be spotted in the details of decoration. Four rows of red lacquer pews are lined up neatly in the nave.
Wolong Temple

Wolong TempleNearby City

4.5/586 Reviews
Wolong Temple is located in Beilin District, Xi'an, just west of Kaiton Road, east of Bailinshu District, . It is a Buddhist temple with very early roots in Shanxi. After the founding of New China, the Government allocated funds for its renovation in 1951. During the Decade of Catastrophe, the scripture was destroyed. In 1983, it was designated as an important national temple in the Han ethnic region. Later, the temple was rebuilt, the Buddha statue was restored, and religious activities resumed.
Xiangji Temple

Xiangji TempleNearby City

4.4/5118 Reviews
Monday to Sunday 8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Xiangji Temple is located in Shenmuyuan, southwest of Weiqu Town, Chang'an District. It was built in the second year of Emperor Tang Zhongzong (AD 706) and was built to commemorate the famous Buddhist monk Shandao of the Tang Dynasty. Emperor Tang Gaozong Li Zhi gave the temple Buddhist relics and flowers for support. The name Xiangji Temple means to compare Shandao to Xiangji Buddha. Today, the Xiangji Temple has become a witness to the exchange of religious culture between China and Japan. The Tang Dynasty's Shandao Tower has undergone renovations. There are wooden ladders leading to the top of the tower. In the newly renovated hall, there are statues of master Shandao, tables, five offerings, bronze urns, and wooden fish presented by Japanese friends. The stone lamps presented by them are placed in front of the hall. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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