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Address: Jinjiang Huabiao Hill, Quanzhou 362261, China
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Atmospheric remain of the rich ancient maritime Silk Road history.

Founded by the self-style prophet Mani (AD 216-276) in the part of the then Persian Empire which comprises modern Iraq, the Manichaean religion drew its inspiration from... read more

Reviewed February 9, 2017
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Reviewed February 20, 2017 via mobile

A bit out of the way. Very well kept but very small. As a fan of The Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre, I am very interested to see this temple. It may not be of great interest to average tourists.

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Reviewed February 9, 2017

Founded by the self-style prophet Mani (AD 216-276) in the part of the then Persian Empire which comprises modern Iraq, the Manichaean religion drew its inspiration from Judaeo-Christianity, Gnosticism and Zoroastriansim. Mani was a fervent evangelist and from the Fourth Century AD onwards his religion enjoyed great missionary success, especially in the cities along the Silk Road. In the 8th... More 

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