Tang Yin Temple
Tang Yin Temple, formerly known as Tang Jieyuan temple, is located in zhuntian (also known as Qizi Temple), No.10, Qianxin street, Liaojia lane, Taohuawu, changmen. In 1582, monk Xuxiao built a number of Buddhist temples in this temple. In 1626, Yang Dachang created a house to worship zhuntian Buddha, which is called zhuntian.
During the reign of Emperor Kangxi of Qing Dynasty, song Luo, governor of Jiangsu Province, renovated it. In 1800, Tang Zhongmian, the magistrate of Wuxian County, built the temple again, and built the dongbie room of the temple as the Jieyuan Temple of Tang Dynasty. He worshipped the statues of Tang Yin, Zhu Yunming and Wen Zhengming, and signed the room as "Peach Blossom Fairy hall". It was rebuilt in Tongzhi and rebuilt in 1923.
Zhuntian is located in the north facing south, covering an area of about 2000 square meters. The gate is five wide, seven deep and hard. There are six corridors in the north, six in the East and two in the west, which run through the main hall, and Guangting in the middle. The main hall is 18.2 meters wide with five rooms, 14 meters deep with 13 boundaries, and 10.2 meters high. It has a single eaves and a hard top, with two layers between the left and right ends. The gable is made of guanyindou, with wavy slopes on both sides and the word "Buddha" in the center of the wall. The main hall is high and open, with crane Shin porch in the front and boat awning porch in the back. The wood structure of Liang Fang in the front porch is almost everywhere without carving. The carving is very exquisite and has the style of Zhejiang School. Jin Jin, the governor of Suzhou in Ming Dynasty, and Yang Tingshu, the backbone of Fu society, were once attached to the temple. In the East corridor of the temple, the stone inscription of "the portrait of Yang Zhongjie Gong", which was praised by Wang Yan in 1713, is still preserved. In the West Corridor, the stone tablet of "Jin Gong CI Ji", which was written by Hu Boren in 1869, is still preserved. There are buildings and attached rooms behind the main hall, which were mostly constructed in the period of the Republic of China.
Address: No.10 Qianxin street, Liaojia lane, Pingjiang District, Suzhou
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