Today my post will not have to much text as sightseeing is about pictures, not facts! The monastery (in fact it is a temple as there are no more monks living there) was build about 50 years ago by hand and consists of a few buildings, towers and a pagoda. In addition about 12,800 buddhas are displayed, ranging from a height of a few inches up to a couple meters.
Due to its historical significance it is listed as a grade 3 historic building which basically means that it is of somewhat important. Enough of the babbling, enjoy the picturesque photos. All credits go to a friend of mine who took them. It was just the humble me who did the editing and sharing.
|The great hall with thousands of tiny statues. In reality the galanty show was mesmerizing!|
|Another shot of the smaller statues in the great hall.|
|The sage Buddha I assume? He must have been meditating for some time to grow such long eyebrows!|
|This one being my favorite Buddha of all times! Even though it is not a tradtional one it just looks amazing!|