Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

Source: hubei.gov.cn 01/29/2016 09:01:51

Photo taken on Jan. 26 2016 shows the halo scenery in the sky over the Guiyuan Buddhist Temple in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province.

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

  • Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

    Halo seen in sky over Wuhan’s buddhist temple

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Photo taken on Jan. 26 2016 shows the halo scenery in the sky over the Guiyuan Buddhist Temple in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province.

Guiyuan Temple is a Buddhist temple located in an urban part of Hanyang District of Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei Province. With a land area of 153 mu, it was built in Shunzhi 15th year (1658), Qing Dynasty.

It enjoys a high reputation among Buddhists for its architecture, excellent sculptures and rich art collection. It was listed as Hubei provincial cultural relic site in 1953, and recognized by the State Council in 1983 as a Buddhist temple of national importance in regions inhabited by Han nationality. It also houses the Wuhan Buddhist Association.

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