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Address: No.78 Yongle North Street, Ruicheng County 044600, China
Phone Number: 0359-3287326
Description: Yongle Palace is the largest of all Taoist temples remaining from the Yuan...
Yongle Palace is the largest of all Taoist temples remaining from the Yuan Dynasty. The original monastery was built between 1247-1262. It is one of the most fantastic temples in China, and the murals within, some of which were finished in 1358. If you can give this site a listing, I shall provide a thorough write-up of this amazing place, which contains some of the finest Chinese art not located in a museum. Again, I am not an official rep of this attraction. But this is a very famous site (in China) which should be listed on TripAdvisor. (ShanxiFan)
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