Compared with Baita Temple, Zhixiang Temple is much more famous. Zhixiang Temple, also known as Guoqing Temple, was built in the early years of Emperor Wen Kaihuang in the Sui Dynasty and was the ancestral court of Huayan Sect of Buddhism. Huayan School is one of the eight schools of Chinese Buddhism with a high status. Zhixiang Temple is located on the ridge of Tianziyu. The whole temple sits from west to east, condescending and has a wide view. The ancient trees in the temple form a forest, and there are several ancient Chinese locust trees and ancient ginkgo trees, all of which are protected grade ancient trees.
To Xiang Temple is not far from Xi'an, it is necessary to take a section of mountain road. There is also a temple at the foot of the mountain, which contains a 1700-year-old ancient ginkgo. The most visible is the Huayan Ancestral Court, and the entrance is a Maitreya Buddha. There are Manjusri Hall, Garan Hall, Daxiong Hall, Guanyin Hall, Dizang Hall in turn. Under renovation, messy.
Also known as Guoqing Temple, it was built by Zen Master Jingyuan in the first year of Emperor Wen's opening.
The scenery is good, the temple is not big, there are many people, and the incense is constant!