Dongguan Temple: Old Section

During my two weeks in China, I suprisenly only visited one temple. The one I visited happened to be the city of Dongguan. It consisted of many buildings within a walled enclosure in a park. Here are some photos I took while in the ‘old part’ of the temple. I found this section the most interesting from a structural and aesthetic point of view- wish I knew more about it!

Small stone statue of a man at the bottom of a curved walkwayRed inscence in a stone box below a column of Chinese text outside by stone stepsLayers of stone steps and slopesYou can read more about my visit to the temple and my trip to China on my travel blog, The Black Beret in China.

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