Buddhist Culture and Art Show in Beijing2016-02-17 10:02:47Share:
Purple Bamboo Park is situated at 45, Baishiqiao Lu and near the west of the Capital Gymnasium in Haidian District. In ancient times, it was a low-lying wetland. In the era of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), the Tonghui River, excavated by Guo Shoujing (a mathematician and astronomer), flowed through this land. During the days of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Zizhuyuan temple was built on the north coast of the lake, and later, the statue of Avalokitesvara was worshipped in the temple under the order of Emperor Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). After 1949, it was renovated and opened to public under the name of Zizhuyuan Park (Purple Bamboo Garden). It's a nice place to spend an afternooon foe travellers in Beijing, China. Find More about Purple Bamboo Park
Buddhist Culture and Art Show is now available for public in Purple Bamboo Park, Haidian District, Beijing.
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