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Jieyin Temple

94 Reviews
Ranked No. 4 in Emeishan Local History
Currently Closed Open from 5:40am-6:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 30-60 minutes
Address: Leshan City, Emeishan City, Emei Mountain Scenic Area (1.5 km up from Leidongping)
Phone: 0833-5533355 0833-5090114 400-8196-333

What travelers say:

The temple was built at the foot of the mountain in the Song Dynasty at an altitude of 2,540 meters. It was rebuilt in the early Ming Dynasty as a junctional temple, or Chaoyang Pavilion, and the Back Hall was crumbling. In the early Qing Dynasty, Emperor Zhao, who was rebuilt in 17 years, was rebuilt in Kangxi and was cast in bronze and iron.

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Additional Information


The Jieyin Temple is located in the Emei Mountain Scenic Area of ​​Emeishan City, Leshan City. It was originally the place to receive pilgrims and meals. It is one of the main monasteries in Emei Mountain. It was built in the Song Dynasty as the new temple, and in the Ming Dynasty was expanded into a temple. It is also called the Chaoyang Pavilion. There is a statue of Amitabha, and the Daxiong Hall is for the statue of Sakyamuni, on both sides for the Kaye and the Ananda.
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