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Guangzhou, China Attractions

Temple of the Six Banyan Trees

The centerpiece of the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is the Flower Pagoda. Originally built in 1097, it was destroyed by fire and was given a distinctive octagonal shape when it was rebuilt. Most recently, the Flower Pagoda was restored in 1900. The Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is an ancient Buddhist temple, located along Liurong Road near many of the foreign consulates in Guangzhou. Visitors are greeted by a laughing Buddha, and entering the compound can tour a number of halls. The main hall, the Hall of Mahavira, showcases three copper Buddhist statues representing present, past and future. The Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is a popular location for the traditional celebrations of the Chinese Spring Festival and the Chinese Lantern Festival.


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