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Beautiful temple!

The temple grounds area is pretty typical except for one big slab that has been preserved. I was... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2017
Billy_Whimwa
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Another great Buddhist temple

About 30 miles SE of Xian, Shuilu was built around 600 AD and is best know for the more than 3000... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2014
LaPaj
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26 Apr 2017
“Beautiful temple!”
27 Mar 2014
“Another great Buddhist temple”
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Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

The temple grounds area is pretty typical except for one big slab that has been preserved. I was told that it is very old. There's a big dong being at 99 times for the most best luck ever. Inside the main temple is an amazing...More

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Reviewed 28 March 2014

About 30 miles SE of Xian, Shuilu was built around 600 AD and is best know for the more than 3000 carved clay figures from the Ming Dynasty. Each small figures is vividly colored and apparently individualized. Didn't see any foreign tourists there during our...More

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Reviewed 17 March 2014

ShuiLuAn Temple is located in LanTian County about 60 kilometers to the southeast of Xi'an downtown. This temple was built more than one thousand years ago and during the Ming Dynasty, it served as one of the royal temples because the emperor of Ming ordered...More

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