Wenshu Monastary

One of the key Buddhist monasteries of the National Chinese Department as determined by the State Council, the first of the four major Buddhist forests in the upper and lower reaches of the Yangtze River in China, and the key cultural relics protection unit in Sichuan Province. It is located in the center of Chengdu City, Sichuan Province. It is a Buddhist holy shrine, an ancient garden, and a sightseeing tour. A Buddhist shrine in which religion is taught in one.

The institute was built in the Sui Dynasty Days (605-617 AD). It was first known as the letter of the Tang Dynasty, the Five Dynasties, the Song Dynasty, the Yuan and the Ming Dynasty, and was destroyed by the war. In the thirty-sixth year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (AD 1697), it was reconstructed by the Empress Dowager of the Empress Dowager. When people saw the fire and the sky in the air, they found that the place where the monks and monks practiced, it is said that Manjushri should be in the body. Renamed "Wenshu Yuan".

In the 40th year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (AD 1701), Emperor Kangxi gave the "empty forest" a piece of money, so the Wenshu Monastery was also known as "empty forest hall."

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