Changchun Bore Temple is located in the east of Renmin Square, it covers about 7,200 kilometers. Originating in the year 1922, it is the largest Buddhist temple of Hcngchchin. In 1923, Buddhist patriarch preached' Bore Scripture' in Changchun, and then set up the temple named ' Bonuo Temple ', which initially was built on the Xisi Road in Nanguan District, and was rebuilt on Xichangchun Street in 1931.
Today, Bore Temple covers 14,000 kilometers. The designs of the bell tower in the east and the drum tower in the west are unique, and highly skilled. In case of important occasions, bells and drums will resound to the skies. The whole temple consists of three layers. The first layer is the Maitreya Hall, in which sits the Statue of Maitreya. In front of it there is a white marble tablet which records the detailed building process of the temple. The second layer is the Daxiong Hall, it is the biggest building and is the center of the temple. The third layer is the West Three Saints' Hall, a two-layered architect, the upper of which is a tower with scriptures hidden, the lower of which consecrates the statues of the Maitreya, Dashizhi Bodhisattva, and Guanshuyin Bodhisattva.
Shanghai, Huangshan Mountain, Wuyuan, Jingdezhen, Beijing
Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Xi'an, Guilin, (Hong Kong)
Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, Guilin
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