This hanging temple is truly amazing. Built approximately 1500 years ago, the wooden beams that support the cantilevered rooms are inserted deep into the rock of the mountain. The temple hangs precariously out over the cliff face. You can walk through all the rooms and across the bridges, peering into the alcoves where the carved figures reside. In ancient times the temple was also used as an inn for travelers. If you want to take photos, be there in the morning when the sun hits the side of the mountain.
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