The Imperial Temple of Emperors of Successive Dynasties was the only imperial temple in the Ming and Qing dynasties
The temple is known as an activity center for the Buddhist ceremonies of Beijing in the past dynasties.
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
One of the largest royal palace complexes of the Qing Dynasty
The remaining five square pagodas are also the reason why Zhenjue Temple is commonly known as the "Five Pagoda Temple".
Blessing Place, the Birthplace of Buddhism in the North
In 1992, this temple was selected as one of the "World's Best of Beijing Tourism" as the temple with the largest number of stone sutra plates in the world.
Originally named Huiju Temple, the temple is commonly known as the Jietan Temple because of the largest Buddhist altar in China.
The memorial hall is the only site of Cao Xueqin's former residence with the Qing Dynasty archives, the "Complete Map of Beijing", and remains and relics that can be found.