First built during the Jin Dynasty and expanded many times during the Ming Dynasty, the Guangji Temple is a cultural relic site under national protection. The overall arrangement of this temple has a Ming style, with three parallel sections along the north-south medial axis. In the middle section stand Shanmen (Temple Gate), Zhonggu Lou (Bell and Drum Tower), Tianwang Dian (Hall of Heavenly King), Daxiong Baodian (Main Hall), Yuantong Dian (Hall of Fulfilment) and Duobao Dian (Shrine for Buddha’s Remains); on the western and eastern sides there is a line of buildings, such as Chifanlu Dian (Sutra Hall), Jietai (Ordination Terrace), and Faqi Si (Temple of Religious Instruments). The temple has many precious relics and is the headquarters of the China Buddhist Association now.
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