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- Family、Campus teaching
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- Phone Number
- No.275, Dalong St., Datong Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Closed on Mondays
Services & Facilities
R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Yuanshan
Falkirk, United Kingdom
Lovely TempleA very beautiful Confucius temple which is not only very attractive but provides a lot of clear information about Confucian beliefs and the background of the philosophy. The temple has a resident calligrapher who gives visitors a card with a good fortune message at no fee. There wasn't even a donation box, a very nice touch. Next door to the Baoan Temple which is also well worth a visit.
Kansas City, Missouri
QuietA quiet and nice temple to visit .It was serene as there were no other tourists when we visited.There’s a good layout of Confucius history and beliefs around the temple.Overall it was a nice visit as there’s also another temple across the street and it’s close from the train station.
Lots to see !!There are only five designated stopping as you enter the temple but don’t be misled. There’s a lot to see here. The life of Confucius and his teachings are prominently displayed in easy to understand poster boards. Many, many artifacts to see. Some videos. Take a free brochure from the front add the stamps using the ink pads provided as you walk around the temple. Great for children. Sort of like a passport at a worlds fair. Definitely a must see in Taiwan. Wander around at your own pace.
Harrogate, United Kingdom
Not so attractive as it's neighbourBut this has the benefit of fewer visitors and therefore more peaceful. Its 400m from the Yuanshan metro, and you can combine this with a visit to Baoan temple. Both are free.
Gene R J
Silver Spring, Maryland
Nice temple complex honoring scholars of Confucian teaching.We walked 500 m directly west from Yuanshan Station, arriving at 9:30 AM. Inside the entry gate near the 1956 Minglun Instruction Hall, we were initially distracted by 3 noisy Taiwan blue magpies, but admiring the ceiling architecture of the honorary side halls, were amazed with the peaceful atmosphere. To our surprise, 3 robed women exited the Main Hall and marched around the complete courtyard complex to the cadence of clapped boards. Very worthwhile, now on to the large temple next door.
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