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Seven-pagoda Temple

4.6/5
160 Reviews
Temple
Liked by 10
Closing in 21 mins Open from 5:00am-5:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: No.183 Baizhang Road, Jiangdong District, Ningbo 315040, China
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Official website: http://www.qts.com.cn
Phone: 0574-87755337 0574-87756555

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Qita Temple is located in Ningbo Yinzhou District Baizhang Road 183, is one of the four famous forests in East Zhejiang, is also the largest and best preserved temple in the city. It was founded in 858 AD, then called Dongjin Temple, later renamed Suxin Temple, Chongshou Temple and Louxin Temple. It was named after the seven stone pagodas representing seven Buddhas built in front of the temple during the Kangxi era.

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