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Fuzhou Kaiyuan Temple

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Fuzhou Kaiyuan Temple

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Jingyuan Alley, Gulou District, Fuzhou 350001 China
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Jimmy wrote a review Jul 2020
Hong Kong, China88 contributions56 helpful votes
Its a nice break from the hectic city. Its a snapshot to the past of Fuzhou and is spectacular. The temple is a classic chinese temple.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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bob19472016 wrote a review Sep 2018
Stratford, New Zealand179 contributions50 helpful votes
Very impressive gateway and some old parts that have not been restored. Very busy there today - so guess has an active membership (If that is what they call them) This was more obvious in their money collecting with forture telling for cash.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Visit F wrote a review Sep 2017
96 contributions22 helpful votes
Kaiyuan Temple is the oldest temple of Fuzhou. It was initially constructed in the 3rd year of the Taiqing Period of Liang Dyansty and has a history of nearly 1,500 years. A temple clean-up movement was launched in the fifth year of the Huichang Period (845) and only one temple could be preserved in each state. As Kaiyuan Temple was the largest temple in Fuzhou then, it was preserved. The cultural relics that have been preserved until now include the millennial iron Buddha cast in the 4th year of the Zhenming Period of the Houliang Dynasty, the seven-storied stone pagoda in the Song Dynasty, the stone channel of the Song Dynasty, the attic of the Ming Dynasty and the hall of the Qing Dynasty.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Annette A wrote a review Jan 2017
Campbelltown, Australia1,580 contributions89 helpful votes
Great place to visit to appreciate Chinese culture & the architecture of a temple. Lots of interesting areas to view & lovely plants and tree balance to blend nature & man-made structures. Recommend to visit.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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