Jieyin Temple was built in the 22nd year of Zhenguan in the Tang Dynasty. It is located in Dongboluo Town, Hengshan County. It was rebuilt by an Indian monk in the fourth year of Xuanzong Middle School of the Tang Dynasty. Grottoes were added, Buddha statues were built, and the main hall was built. Stone Buddha Temple. The Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties continued to be repaired, forming a complex of buildings. During the period, the incense was flourishing and the artistic modeling was superb, comparable to the Longmen Grottoes. In the 20th year of Kangxi Xinyou, Emperor Xuanye, the ancestor of the Qing Dynasty, went to Junggar, passed through the stone Buddhist temple, and gave the name "Jieyin Temple" to the temple. The door, unfortunately, was destroyed in the later -. With historical changes, the incense has been repeatedly damaged, and what we see now is restored later.
From the perspective of the building, it fully reflects the superb skills of the ancient architects, and the sense of hierarchy is very good. The temples here are going up one by one, which matches the local customs here, but the lack of staff to take care of the temple is very depressed.
The ancient temple is exquisite and small, surrounded by mountains and rivers, standing in front of the mountain gate overlooking the wide Wuding River, which makes people feel refreshed! It is a good place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the world, and to relax. Qingming went to film.
A very majestic ancient city. There are still residents living in the city. It is under repair and is free to visit. It is estimated that a fee will be charged in a year.
Jieyin Temple is located along the Wuding River in Boluo Town, 25 kilometers east of Hengshan County, close to the Yuding Highway, and climbs up the mountain gate.
Preston_Dominguez: Provincial Highway 204, Hengshan County, Yulin City
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Boluo Castle,Jieyinsi