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List of Attractions

The Temple of Confucius (孔庙)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The Temple of Confucius in Beijing is the place where people paid homage to Confucius during the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties
Address:
No. 13 Guozijianbei Street, Andingmennei, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Place of cultural heritage | Peaceful temple | Beautiful painted murals | Place of interest to scholars
Tan Zhe Temple (潭柘寺)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The beauty around the temple shows the real nature
Address:
Tanzhesi Town, Mentougou District, Beijing
Key words:
Pre-dates Beijing | 200-year-old Yulan tree | Beautiful temple | Imperial residence
Jietai Temple (戒台寺)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
It was the first precept platform There visitors can see the sunrise in the morning, sunset in the afternoon and the beautiful lights of Beijing in the evening
Address:
Administrative Office of Jie Tai Temple, Yongding Town, Fangshan District, Beijing
Key words:
The trembling pine tree | Leaning trees | Buddhist initiation altar | mystical natural views
Beijing Yunju Temple (云居寺)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The tranquil environment and the attractive landscapes reflect much on the features of Buddhism culture and it is a good place to bring luck
Address:
Administrative Office of Yunju Temple, Shuitou Village, Shiwo Town, Fangshan District, Beijing
Key words:
Ancient Buddhist temple | Mountain scenery | Liao dynasty temple | Stunning pagoda
Hongluo Temple (红螺寺)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
The Hongluo Temple is one of the largest and most extensive Buddhist temples located in northern Beijing
Address:
No. 2 Hongluo East Road, Huairou District, Beijing
Key words:
Serene temple | Place of historic value | Springfestival temple fair | Peony and wisteria festival
Miaofengshan Scenic Area (妙峰山风景名胜区)
Rating:
AAA
Introduction:
As one of the most famous mountains in Beijing and a tourist attraction in the suburbs, Miaofeng Mountain is located in the Mentougou District of western Beijing
Address:
Jiangou Village, Miaofengshan County, Mentougou District, Beijing
Key words:
Serene temples | Rock formations | Beautiful sunsets | Escape the city
Yaji Mountain (北京丫髻山道教文化名胜区)
Rating:
AAA
Introduction:
Two huge stones at the top of the mountain look just like the coiled bun at the head of an ancient girl. Hence, that is how it got its name Mount Yaji.
Address:
Liujiadian Town, Pinggu District, Beijing
Key words:
Tang dynasty temple | Mountains and caves | Renowned temple fair | Beautiful scenery
The Imperial Temple of Emperors of Successive Dynasties (历代帝王庙)
Rating:
AA
Introduction:
The Imperial Temple of Emperors of Successive Dynasties was the only imperial temple in the Ming and Qing dynasties
Address:
No. 131, Fuchengmen Nei Da Jie, Xicheng District, Beijing
Key words:
Almost 5 centuries of history | Tranquil temple | Tombs and graveyard
Dajue Temple (大觉寺)
Rating:
AA
Introduction:
Dajue Temple, also known as Xishan Dajue Temple, was built in the 4th Xianyong year of the Liao Dynasty (1068) and is located at the Yangtai Mountain, Haidian District
Address:
No. 9, Dajue Temple Road, Sujiatuo town, Haidian District, Beijing
Key words:
Almost 1,000 years of history | Pretty southern style courtyard | Splendid tea house | Mountain scenery
Hongluo Temple (红螺寺景区)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Hongluo Temple is one of the largest and most extensive Buddhist temples located in northern Beijing
Address:
No. 2 Hongluo East Road, Huairou District, Beijing
Key words:
Natural landscape and man-made hybrid | Temple complex with all kinds of plant life | Jin Dynasty temple
Dongyue Temple (东岳庙)
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Introduction:
Located to the north of Chaoyangmen Outer Street in Chaoyang District, Beijing Dongyue Temple used to be the largest temple of Zhengyi Taoism in North China.
Address:
No. 141, Chaoyangmen Outer Street
Key words:
feature a wide range of folk customs and activities
White Pagoda Temple(白塔寺)
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Introduction:
The White Pagoda Temple was built in 1271 during Yuan Dynasty Kublai Khan's reign and owed its beauty to a Nepalese architecte.
Address:
No. 272 Funei Dajie, Xicheng District
Key words:
Buddhist treasures
Xishiku Catholic Church (西什库天主教堂)
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Introduction:
The Church of the Saviour is a historic Catholic church in the Xicheng District, Beijing.
Address:
No. 33 Xishiku Avenue, Xicheng District, Beijing 北京市西城区西什库大街33号
Key words:
Catholic church
Guangji Temple (广济寺)
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Introduction:
The Guangji Temple was built in late Song Dynasty and houses a library of well-preserved cultural relics.
Address:
No.25 Fuchengmen Inner Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 北京市西城区阜成门内大街25号
Key words:
sutras and other treasures
Fahai Temple (法海寺)
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Introduction:
Fahai Temple is home to the most well-preserved, the largest murals of the Ming Dynasty.
Address:
No. 28, Moshikou Village, the southern foot of Cuiwei Mountain, Shijingshan District 石景山区翠微山南麓模式口28号
Key words:
Fahai Temple
Wofo Temple(卧佛寺)
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Introduction:
Wofo Temple, also known as Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is located in the south foot of Shouniu Mountain, the east side of Fragrant Hill.
Address:
Beijing Botanical Garden, Wofosi Road, Haidian District,Beijing 北京市海淀区卧佛寺路北京植物园内
Key words:
Wofo Temple
Zhenjue Temple (真觉寺)
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Introduction:
The temple is located outside Xizhi Gate in downtown Beijing The Changhe River, with ancient willows on both banks, flows from northwest to southeast through the city
Address:
East of Baishi Bridge, Xizhimenwai, Haidian District, Beijing 北京海淀区西直门外白石桥东侧
Key words:
Zhenjue Temple
Guozijian (The Imperial College) (国子监)
Rating:
AAAA
Introduction:
Guozijian, the Imperial College, was founded in Yuan Dynasty in the 13th century. With a history of over 700 years, it was the state administrative organization of education and the highest educational institution in the Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasty.
Address:
No. 15, Imperial College Street, Andingmen Inner, Dongcheng District, Beijing(北京市东城区安定门内国子监街15号)
Key words:
Place of cultural heritage | Peaceful temple | Beautiful painted murals | Place of interest to scholars