The Linxia Wanshou Temple was built in the Tang Dynasty, and it was repeatedly destroyed and built. It was named Wanshou Temple during the Zhengde period of the Ming Dynasty. The "Hezhou Chronicles" of Jiajing of the Ming Dynasty listed this as one of the eight scenic spots in Hezhou, which is called "the fairy trail of ancient views". Located in Beishan in the urban area, it is the Temple of Education on the Second Northwest Avenue. The Wanshou Temple is located in the center, with Erlanggang and Qixian Cave on the west side, Wanjiang Zushi Hall and Lin Lama Temple on the east side, which are called "Five Sacred Sects". The Wanshou Temple has seven levels from the bottom of the mountain to the top. Yuan Pagoda has an antique interior and an elegant environment. After reaching the top, you can have a panoramic view of the city.
Longevity View! Linxia Wanshou Temple is located on the hillside of Beiyuan in the western suburbs of Linxia City, Gansu. It was built in the early Tang Dynasty and rebuilt in 1983. It is the second largest Taoist temple in Northwest China and is as famous as Kongtong Mountain. What a great place to go!
There is such a huge Taoist cave and blessed land in the Linxia Hui ethnic area, known as Mecca, China. It can be seen that the spread of Taoism and the huge fusion power can be seen. The entire Taoist temple is built on the loess plateau, layered on top of each other, with temples, pagodas and caves. It is an ideal place to cultivate immortals. It reaches the highest point and overlooks Linxia, especially the huge domes of many mosques.
It is almost the highest point in Linxia, the mountain opened in the Ming Dynasty, but most of the buildings were newly built in the past 20 years. Usually there are no people. You can go up in ten minutes. Locals don’t charge, and tickets for outsiders may be allowed.
This attraction is awesome, the whole family went there together, everyone played very high, definitely five-star recommendation. We went straight to the Guanyin Temple, and many people went up the mountain to worship Buddha. Near the temple, I saw people walking towards the temple in an orderly manner, holding joss sticks that were being lit or lit. This is a custom. It is said that local people go up to the mountain to worship Buddha on the first day of the first lunar month every year. When I walked inside, tears flowed out of my eyes. Then, we also bought incense sticks and followed a large group of people to worship each Buddha.
Preston_Dominguez: Wanshouguan Road, Linxia City, Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Eight squares and thirteen lanes,Eastern Residence,Red Garden,The Museum of Lin Xia Autonomous Prefecture,Linxia Huasi Gongbei Mosque