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Address: Ziyou Lu 54, Kaifeng, China
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Unbelievably gorgeous statue of Guan Yin

Xiangguo Temple, or the "Prime Minister's Temple" seems to be one of the less-visited temple-complexes in Kaifeng. The current compound was rebuilt in the 3rd quarter of the 17th... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 23 August 2013
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 August 2013

Xiangguo Temple, or the "Prime Minister's Temple" seems to be one of the less-visited temple-complexes in Kaifeng. The current compound was rebuilt in the 3rd quarter of the 17th century. What amazed me was the "thousand-armed" gilded statue of Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy, supposedly carved from a single tree trunk, it sits in resplendent glory in a back... More 

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