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Tai Qing Palace in Shenyang

2013-12-02 09:32:37



Tai Qing Palace is one of the most famous Taoist temples in existence. It was built in the Qing dynasty under the reign of Emperor Kangxi in 1663, but was renamed as Tai Qing palace during Emepror Qianlong's reign in 1768. The palace contains one hundred rooms and covers an area of five thousand and two hundred square meters. Today, Tai Qing Palace serves as a key Taoist temple at the national level in Liaoning province. [Photo:]

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