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Wenshu Temple, Chengdu: 26 reviews and 50 photos

 
 

The last hall in this particular line is the Tripitaka Pavilion which is also known as the Scripture Pavilion. It was originally built in the 36th year of the reign of Emperor Kangxi in 1697 and was rebuilt in 1824. The pavilion has two storeys with a depository for holding Buddhist scriptures upstairs and a place for holding Buddhist ceremonies downstairs. Enshrined here is a jade Buddha, a present from Burma.

Address: Just off Renmin Zhong Lu on Wenshu Yuan Jie
Directions: Bus No.16 passes through the center of town to Renmin Zhong Lu.

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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