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Visit to the Guangzhou City God Temple was quite interesting. There were a lot of interesting things on display and the temple is quite large as well. The art work is well preserved and the temple looks quite grand. Do check it out.
This amazing temple was in a state of disrepair but the government have painstakingly restored it to it's former glory. Foreigners such as us enter free of charge as the government are proud of their history and artifices and keen to show it to us....More
The establishment outside is already a social media photo worthy. There’s an activity at that time. We bought the coin bank and paste our wishes on the wall. We cannot write in Chinese characters nor can speak Chinese. But it was a wonderful experience.
Visited the temple as part of our Shanghai city tour. It was built in the 15th century during the Ming Dynasty. The temple was closed during the Cultural Revolution but reopened as a Taoist place of worship since 1951. It is dedicated to three city...More
Guangzhou City God Temple (aka, Temple of the Lord of the City Guangdong) was founded in 1370, under the reign of Hongwu of the Ming Dynasty. I believe it contains the relics of ChengHuang, a deity in Taoism, worshipped in ancient China. ChengHuang temples were...More
Chenghuang (or Shing Wong in Cantonese) is the City God. He is a mid-level deity in the traditional Chinese pantheon - not really a specific god, but more a type of god.
This temple is a very nice one and one of the best in...More
This temple is located next to Nanyue Kingdom Palace Museum. It has gone through restoration and refurbishment in the past years. Valuable architectural, historical and cultural artifacts are well-preserved. It is worth a visit.