Longshan Temple is one of five Longshans in Taipei, and as such is devoted to the Guanyin Buddha. Built in 1738 and then rebuilt in the 1850s, the temple retains much of its southern architectural roots. The swallowtail roof is particularly elegant. You can find the temple hidden away in the lanes of the traditional market.
[龍山寺 /lóng shān sì]
-Located in:Taipei, Northern Taiwan
-County:New Taipei City
-Features:Temple arts, Taiwanese religion culture
-Highly recommend to:Chinese culture/architecture enthusiasts
-Transportation:Bus–>Yongle Ln. Entrance(Zhongshan Market)
-Address:No. 22號, Lane 95, Zhongshan Road, Tamsui District, New Taipei City
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