Located at the foot of Hongluo Mountains in the northern Huairou District, Hongluo (Red Snail) Temple sits against the backdrop of the mountain and fronted by a large lake and entrance gate marked by a large engraved pailou (arch).
The building comprises five halls, each used for worshipping different gods. The temple is also famed for its bamboo grove which dates back to the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) and contains tens of thousands of shoots. There are also Sakyamunis (one of the names of Buddha), 30-metre-high male and female gingkoes that are 1,000 years old, as well as an 800-year-old great pine entwined with two Chinese wisterias.
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