The Wenshu Buddhist temple in Chengdu was built during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), destroyed during the Ming dynasty and later rebuilt in 1691. Today the temple is the largest and best preserved Buddhist temple in Chengdu. It hosts the Buddhist Association of Sichuan.

01 Entrance 02 Inner court and roofs 03 Court and pagoda 04 Court and pagoda
05 Court and pagoda 06 Pathway and roofs 07 Buddhist monks 08 Buddhist monks praying in the temple 09 Chinese lamp 10 Passage and columns
11 Court and pagoda 12 Inner court and roofs 13 Monks quarters 14 Passage 15 Inner court and pagoda
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