Beijing Baoguo Temple is located at No. 1, Qianjie Street, Baoguo Temple, Xicheng District (originally Xuanwu District). It was built in Liao Dynasty. It was rebuilt after the collapse of Ming Dynasty and renamed as Ciren Temple. The buildings in Qing Dynasty were renovated due to earthquake collapse and renamed "Dabaoguo Ciren Temple". It is now a cultural relic protection unit in Beijing. For the first time, the hall is now full of cultural relics and exhibitions of antique paintings and calligraphy.
Baoguo Temple was built in the Ming Dynasty, and now there are more cultural playwrights, all kinds of jade, stamps, coins and other pavilions can also be bought and sold. The entrance is Guang'anmen Metro Station with convenient traffic. Now a new street park has been built, which is also quite distinctive.
Baoguo Temple was built in Liao Dynasty, and its scale is very small. The ancestors of the Yuan Dynasty were called Baoguo Temple for rewarding the Founding Yuan Honors. In the early Ming Dynasty, the Baoguo Temple collapsed. The post-imperial government has rebuilt the old foundation with money and grain, and the scale of rebuilding is huge. There are more than forty poems sung by scholars and scholars in Baoguo Temple, such as Shuangsong, Piluge, Yao Bei Guanyin, and so on. Unfortunately, these three poems have disappeared. Beginning in 1996, Baoguo Temple and its surroundings gradually formed the earliest cultural and games market in Beijing. There are many special zones such as stamps, comic strips, grain stamps, coins, jades, walnuts and so on. Holidays are very busy. The entrance was transformed into Guangning Park.
The thousand-year-old temple Baoguo Temple located in the north of Guang'an Mennei Street Road in Nancheng City is said to be "Sanju" in Yuezhi Baoguo Temple, i.e. - "Cliff Statue", "Ming Dynasty Stone Coffin", "Jade Buddha Yaohui". Now it has become a cultural market mainly dealing with books, stamps and coins.
Metro Line 7 Guang'anmen Station is right down. No tickets, free admission. Although it is a temple, there are no Buddhist activities and no monks. When entering the mountain gate, the regulations of temples and temples are still very regular. When entering the courtyard, the central axis is symmetrical. Entering the temple or the house, there are no religious objects such as Buddha statues, only jade antique art exhibitions. Because here has always been the antique art market, many stall vendors, very busy. I've seen a stall outside Montenegro Gate at four or five in the morning, which is similar to a ghost market. There are some early feelings of Liulichang or Longfu Temple. There used to be many restaurants and vegetable vendors outside the temple, but now they have been cleaned up. No, they are quiet. There is also a Guangning Park on the right side of the temple gate, which is similar to the street garden. It is suitable for rest in the middle of the bustle.
Baoguo Temple was built in Liao Dynasty, but its scale is very small, "there are no monasteries" and it is known as tabloid Baoguo Temple. It collapsed in the early Ming Dynasty. Chenghua 2 years (AD 1466) renovated, renamed Ciren Temple, commonly known as Baoguo Temple. During the Chenghua period of the Ming Dynasty (1465-1487), Zhou Jixiang, the brother of "Uncle of the State" Empress Dowager Zhou, was determined to become a monk when he saw through the red dust. The royal government allocated money and grain to the old base of the tabloid temple, which was expanded to "Ciren Temple" and Zhou Jixiang became the abbot. The enlarged Ciren Temple has a huge scale, seven-storey palaces, scattered in different places. The backyard is built with "Pilu Pavilion" and the pavilion is 36-level high. It has a long corridor around it. It can be overlooked from a distance and "Wanglugou Bridge rides with countable experience" gives a panoramic view of the Beijing Normal University. Pilu Pavilion also has a collection of Kiln Variation Guanyin, which is the treasure of the town temple. The two Shuanglong Qisong trees planted in the Jin Dynasty in the Piluge Kiln and the Guanyin Temple are called the "Three Excellent" in the temple. Now the halls are selling all kinds of collections.
Baoguo Temple is located in Guang'an Gate of Xicheng District, Beijing. It is accessible by bus and subway on the west side of Xuanwu Hospital. Baoguo Temple manages walnuts, ink cartridges, hand beads, string beads, used books, calligraphy and painting, porcelain, coins, handicraft and national comic strips, currency stamps, door tickets, cigarette signs, newspapers, ceramics, jades, poker, sports collections and so on. It is a good place for friends who like to collect leaks. Fang.
Hidden in the old urban areas with alleys, the historical buildings have a complete pattern and scale of Sanjin Temple. There are many traces left over from history that can be felt. Now they have become an antique market, but they are not as busy as Panjiayuan. There are not many foreign tourists. It's interesting to see them.
Baoguo Temple is located in Guang'an Mennei Street, opposite Caibai Mall Street, Beijing. Old courtyards, old pine and cypress, old stone tablets. The courtyard is now a literary playground, with coin hall, jade museum, comic book gallery, poker hall and so on. It is a good place for literary enthusiasts.