The Bawang Temple was originally known as Dafa Temple and is located at No. 112, Bianqiang Road, Dadong District, Shenyang. It was founded in 1415 (the thirteenth year of Yongle in Ming Dynasty) and was rebuilt in 1638 (the third year of Chongde in Qing Dynasty). Because it was Nurhachi's 12th son, Prince Azig, who gave alms to the temple, the abbot of Dafa Temple built the Temple of Eight Kings on the left side of the temple in order to thank him for his charity. Since then, it has become the family temple of Azig Bawang Temple, this is the origin of Bawang Temple. Later, the temple was rebuilt and expanded in the fourth year of Qianlong and the eleventh year of Tongzhi, making its scale even more magnificent.
This original site should be near the spring of Bawang Temple. It is a purely newly built temple. I heard from the elders in the family that it seemed to be a nun's nunnery in the past, but now it is built very grandly and incense is very popular.
On Qingquan Road, Dadong District, Shenyang, it is very beautiful after renovation. It is called Bawangsi by the locals, and there is also a soft drink called Bawangsi soda, which was later discovered called Dafa Temple. It was built by a prince in the Qing Dynasty. Family temple.
A culture of history, can go bye bye, calm down in heart
The Magi was OK, many people like fun
The location is convenient, the incense is flourishing, the famous landmark, and the parking is also convenient.