Fengshan Temple in Guankou is located in the north of Guankou Street, Guankou Town, Jimei District, only 7 kilometers away from Jimei Town. Fengshan Temple was built in the late Ming Dynasty during the reign of Chongzhen (1621-1644). The temple was originally a two-entry palace-style structure with eight blue stone window carvings, Panlong stone pillars, blue stone lions, stone pillar couplets and roofs.
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It's good for children to go and have a walk in the park beside them.
Nearby, friends go to work there to play together, archery, grass is very interesting.
Free temples, Taiwanese like to come to worship and renovate historical sites.
You can browse. The oysters in the street are delicious.
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Suggestions can be taken to see, the surrounding scenery is still possible, quite good.
Founded at the end of Ming Dynasty, the Fengshan Temple in Guankou has been renovated with brilliant splendor. Today's front hall records the origin of the god. Qingshi window carvings depict Jiaolong making waves and fighting with evil Jiao. Houjiaolong yielded, the wind was calm on the river and the clouds were auspicious. An old man and a young man drove the tamed Jiaolong, facing the clouds and climbing up to the sky.