Nanchan Temple, also called Nanshan Temple, belongs to the Pure Land Sect and is one of the earliest Buddhist temples of Han Dynasty in Qinghai Province. The archway before entering the mountain is the three characters of Dingxiangyuan. [Scenery] It is built on Nanshan Mountain, with magnificent momentum. [Fun] Places for religious activities.
Nanchan 3/Temple is a typical representative of ancient Chinese temple architecture, which has undergone several generations of changes
Xining Nanchan Temple is located at the foothills of Phoenix Mountain in Xining City. It was built in the Northern Song Dynasty and was repaired and expanded during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It now covers an area of about 6,000 square meters. It is the oldest Buddhist temple of the Han Dynasty in Qinghai. The main buildings are Daxiong Hall, Thousand Buddha Hall, Jade Buddha Hall, Maitreya Hall, Jizo Hall, etc.
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Xining, Qinghai, is a temple building discovered in the Tang Dynasty in China, and it is a temple building in the Tang Dynasty that is older than the Foguang Temple. Nanchan Temple faces the north and faces the south, and there is a ray of light on the front and back of the mountain. The temple is luxuriant with trees and red earth and yellow-green trees. In the second year of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty, some of the palaces were destroyed due to the war. Later, in the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty, after more than ten years of hard work, a large-scale palace complex was finally built. It is currently a relatively intact ancient building in Xining. One of the building complexes is an important place for Buddhist believers in the local and surrounding areas to conduct religious activities.