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Guan Yin (The Goddess of Mercy) - Stock Image

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Guan Yin (The Goddess of Mercy)

Guiyuan TempleThe temple is one of the four bigest temples for Buddhist meditation in Hubei , also an important Budhist temple for the country. It was first built in the 15th year of Shun Zhi in the Qing Dynasty(the year 1658). The name Guiyuan Buddhist chants: “With purity kept in mind, one has the thoroughfare everywhere.” All buildings were built over a period of more than 100 years.Guiyuan Temple takes up an area of 46900sqm with a floor apace of 20000 sqm. There are more than 200 rooms within the temple compound and all round are luxuriant with green trees and bushes, harmonizing well with the majestic towers and temples. In the Arhat Hall are 500 arhat statues, full length constituting one of the main features of the temple.
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