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Baozang Temple, Fenyuan
County designated
Baozang Temple is a historic site built as a tri-hall dual side-wings temple structure enshrining Guanyin Bodhisattva.
There have been different versions of the construction time of Baozang Temple: the local legends said that Baozang Temple was a small monastery enshrining Guanyin Bodhisattva. A Quanzhou settler from Chiayi brought an emblem of Matsu to this temple, which was said to have magical powers. More and more people began to worship Matsu in this temple, so local gentry Hsu Yen-Kuang proposed to rebuild the front hall, which was completed in Yongzheng 11 Qing Dynasty (1733). After the front hall was completed, a replica of Matsu from Lukang Tianhou Temple was enshrined in this temple. However, according to Changhua County Records, Baozang temple was built by the local villagers in Qianlong 50 Qing Dynasty (1785), or maybe this was a record of a major renovation activity. Grand Baozang Temple, Fenyuan-3
A Quanzhou settler from Chiayi brought an emblem of Matsu to this temple, which was said to have magical powers. More and more people began to worship Matsu in this temple, so local gentry Hsu Yen-Kuang (許炎光) proposed to rebuild the front hall, which was completed in Yongzheng 11 Qing Dynasty (1733). After the front hall was completed, a replica of Matsu from Lukang Tianhou Temple was enshrined in this temple. However, according to Changhua County Records, Baozang temple was built by the local villagers in Qianlong 50 Qing Dynasty (1785), or maybe this was a record of a major renovation activity.
Picturesque Baozang Temple, Fenyuan-1
There have been different versions of the construction time of Baozang Temple: the local legends said that Baozang Temple was a small monastery enshrining Guanyin Bodhisattva.
Magnificent Baozang Temple, Fenyuan-2
Baozang Temple, Fenyuan