The Imperial Temple of Emperors of Successive Dynasties was the only imperial temple in the Ming and Qing dynasties
The Temple of Emperors of the Past Dynasties is the place where the emperors of the Qing Dynasty worshiped their ancestors.
Built in 1119-1120 in Liao Dynasty, it is one of the famous ancient pagodas in Beijing.
Fuyou Temple was built during the reign of Emperor Shizong of the Qing Dynasty.
Baoguo Temple is situated at No. 1 Baoguosi Qianjie Street, Xicheng District, Beijing. It faces south and display...
Baiyun Temple is located 1,500 meters southeast of the Muxidi subway station and is the biggest Taoist temple in Beijing.
Fire God Temple, also called "Huode Zhenjun Temple", is located outside the Shichahai Area.
The Guangji Temple was built in late Song Dynasty and houses a library of well-preserved cultural relics.
Get off at Fuchengmen Station and walk eastward along Fuchengmenwai Street. Soon, the towering white stupa of the Miaoying Temple will come into sight.
Guanyin Temple is situated in Caiyuan Street in Xicheng District.