• | 0 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 367 Jiefang Lu, Taiyuan

    Description:

    This church was initially built in 1870 ( Qing Dynasty  ) and rebuilt in 1905 in the Roman architectural style.  

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  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: Huangmiao Xiang, Wuyi Lu, Taiyuan

    Description: Chongshan Temple was first built during the  Tang Dynasty  under the name White Horse Temple, but was re-named by Emperor Zhu of the Ming. Most of the original temple burned to the ground in the late 1800's,...

  • | 0 Reviews | Taoism

    Address: on the northwest of Wuyi Square, Taiyuan

    Description: The Chunyang Taoist Temple was initially built in Yuan Dynasty   to commemorate the legendary immortal Lu Dongbin, one of the eight Taoist immortals. Nowadays the temple has come under the jurisdiction of Sh...

  • | 0 Reviews | Islam

    Address: 7 Jiefang Lu, Taiyuan

    Description: Originally known as "Qingxiu Mosque", the first incarnation of Taiyuan Ancient Mosque was erected during the  Tang Dynasty   Unlike so many other religious structures in China that have undergone reconstruc...

  • | 0 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 98 Qiaotou Jie, Taiyuan

    Description:

    Opening hrs: Sat. 10:00, Sun. 7:30 &10:00  

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  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: on the foot of Xiangshan Mt., Haozhuang Village, Taiyuan

    Description: The Twin Pogoda Temple (Shuang Ta Si) is so named for the towering double pagodas located in its inner courtyard. Also known as Yongzuo, this temple was build by imperial order in 1608. Admission: RMB20 Opening...

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