Outside of the temple was perhaps more interesting than inside. Outside, worshippers go through elaborate prostrations honoring their religion; some apparently after having traveled for days/weeks to get to the most religious temple in their religion. Chinese guards watched over them and fire extinguishers in a bucket were waiting, just in case. Inside the museum, the Buddha and other religious statues were beautiful. Unfortunately, the incense was at times overpowering for me, someone who isn't used to incense but, I was very happy to have been given a chance to see something so beautiful.
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