Lónghuá Temple & Pagoda
Southeast from Xújiāhuì, Shànghǎi's oldest and largest monastery is named after the pipal tree (lónghuá) under which Buddha achieved...
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Lónghuá Temple information
Southwest of central Shànghǎi, this is the oldest and largest temple in the city; it's said to date from the 10th century. Opposite the temple stands a seven-storey pagoda, originally built in AD 977 and much restored. From the Longcao Rd metro station, head east along North Longshui Rd for about 1km.