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- Longhua Temple
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- Imperial China
- 900AD - 999AD
- Song Dynasty
- Longhua Martyrs Cemetery,
about Longhua Temple
The Longhua Temple in Shanghai is a Buddhist monastery dating back to 977AD, although a temple has existed on the site since 687 AD. As the largest of Shanghai’s temples, it is a popular site together with its pagoda and nineteenth century bell.
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Address: Longhua Xi Lu, Shanghai, China
Phone: Contact local tourist office
The Longhua Temple is located in Shanghai. Take bus 41 or the metro to Shanghai Stadium and then a cab.
The Longhua Temple is open daily, 7am-4:30pm. Admission costs around 10 Yen.
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