Friday, May 12, 2006

Shoutien Temple, Taiwan

Shoutien Temple.

Shoutian Palace was established in the 2nd year of Emperor Chienlung’s Regime
in Ching Dynasty (in 1737). It worships the Hsuantian God of the North Pole, which
is the center of Taoist religion in Taiwan and whose worshippers are widely spread
over Taiwan.

049-2581208, 118 Songshan Street, Mingchien Village, Nantou County.

©2002 copyright by Nantou County Government No.660, Jhongsing Rd., Nantou City, Nantou County 540, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

http://travel.nantou.gov.tw/english/e_attactions2_1_1.asp?Id=72&view=7&view_num=Temple/Heritage#

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