Attractions and Historical Sites
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Gangwashi christian Church
The Gangwashi christian Church was built in the 1860s under the sponsorship of the London Missionary Society, becoming one of the most important churches of that society in Beijing. Currently, it is X...
Tianning Temple
The Tianning Temple was built in the fifth century. Its original name was Guanglin Temple. After changing names several times, it got its current name, Tianning Temple, between 1426 and 1435. The 57.8...
Fayuan Temple
Built in 645 during the Tang Dynasty, the 6,700 square-metre Fayuan Temple is Beijing’s oldest existing temple. The China Buddhist Academy was founded in it in 1965. In 1980 China’s Buddhist library a...
Baiyun Taoist Temple
One of the three birthplaces of pure Taoism, the Baiyun Temple was first built in 741 during the Tang Dynasty. It currently hosts the China Taoist Association, the China Taoist University and the Chin...
Niujie Mosque
First built in AD 996, the 10,000 square-metre Niujie Mosque is the oldest and most magnificent ancient mosque in Beijing, and also a famous venue for religious activities across China. It has a centr...

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