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Confucian Temple (Fūzĭmiào)

  • Zhongshan Lu and Jiankang Lu Map It
  • Nanjing
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Updated 01/07/2015

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Overlooking the Qinhuai River, a tributary of the Yangtze, a Confucian Temple has stood on this spot for 1,000 years, give or take. The present incarnation dates back to the 1980s, rebuilt a few decades after it was destroyed by the Japanese in 1937. The surrounding area is the city's busiest shopping and entertainment district, festooned with neon at night and packed with tourists. The alleys behind the temple, once home to China's most famous district of courtesans,

now house a market and curio shops. Boat rides along the Qinhuai River leave from in front of the temple every evening.

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Zhongshan Lu and Jiankang Lu, on the Qinhuai River, Nanjing, 210029, China

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  • Y25
  • Daily 8:30–6

Updated 01/07/2015


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