|Place of worship:||Zhenjue Temple|
|Location:||Asia > China > Beijing|
The Place of Worship
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||五塔寺|
|Also known as:||Temple of the Great Righteous Awakening, Wuta Temple, Wǔ Tǎ Sì|
|Environment type:||Add Data|
|Location type:||city, urban|
What can we see or do there?
|Services:||children’s play area, climbing wall|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)|
When should we go there, and for how long?
|Tuesday to Sunday||9am||4.30pm|
|Busiest day(s):||weekend, national holidays|
How can we get in contact?
|Telephone:||0106 217 3836, 0106 217 2894|
|Postal address:||Zhenjue Temple, Haidian, 24 Wutasi Rd Beijing, China (五塔寺村24)|
|Country calling code:||86|
What are the numbers and averages?
|Zhenjue is a five pagoda Buddhist temple inside of a newly formed art museum. Aside from the impressive and rather unique central temple structure, there are many stone carvings and stelaes about the grounds as well as small and recently renovated exhibition halls.|
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|On Wednesdays, the first 200 visitors may enter for free.|
|There are two very old gingko trees here that are worth admiring.|
|This site is very close to Beijing Zoo, so both could be visited in the same morning/afternoon.|
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