Bixia Temple


Bixia Temple locates on the summit of Mount Tai, and it has two yards.

There are five major halls and 360 bronze tiles, representing 365 days of a year. In the very middle of the hall enshrines the statue of Goddess Bixia, which was founded in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

On both sides sit the statues of Eyesight Empress and Child-sending Empress.

The architecture of Bixia Temple is a sparkling star in the history of ancient architectural arts.


Bixia Temple
The Bixia Temple. [File photo]



Editor: Xie Fang
Source: The Information Office of Tai'an Government