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Address: Xidajie, Ji County, China
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Private Day Tour: Huangyaguan Great Wall, Dule Temple and Imperial Mausoleums
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Oldest Multi-storey Wooden Architecture in China

Dule Si, or Temple of Solitary Joy was first built in Tang Dynasty, and rebuilt in eary Liao Dynasty (984 AD). The only two buildings still standing till now, the Entrance Hall... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 5 May 2016
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 5 May 2016

Dule Si, or Temple of Solitary Joy was first built in Tang Dynasty, and rebuilt in eary Liao Dynasty (984 AD). The only two buildings still standing till now, the Entrance Hall and Guanyin Pavillion, both have great importance in the Chinese history of architecture. If you are familiar with Dunhuang frescoes, you'll find how precious these buildings are. Such... More 

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