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About Beijing Wu Tai Si

Built in 1743, the exact replica of the Gaya Temple in India, Wu Tai Si was originally called the True Awakening Temple. Now a museum surrounded by ancient trees, the temple features centuries-old tombstones of Jesuit missionaries, a simple teahouse, a monumental diamond throne with small pagodas, and over a thousand ancient stone carvings.



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By bus: 107, 115, 332

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