The Shanmen at Huguo Temple.
|Leadership||Shi Liaozheng (释了证)|
|Location||Jingshan Park, Ouhai District, Wenzhou, Zhejiang|
The temple was first built in 785, under the Tang dynasty (618–907), and went through many changes and repairs through the following dynasties. Most of the present structures in the temple were rebuilt or renovated between 2003 and 2009.
The complex modeled the architectural style of the Tang dynasty (618–907). The complex include the following halls: Shanmen, Mahavira Hall, Hall of Four Heavenly Kings, Hall of Guanyin, Bell tower, Drum tower, Hall of Jade Buddha, Hall of Guru, Dharma Hall, Dharma Hall, Meditation Hall, Reception Hall, Dining Room, etc.
Categories: Buddhist temples in Wenzhou | Buildings and structures in Wenzhou | Tourist attractions in Wenzhou | 2009 establishments in China | 21st-century Buddhist temples | Religious buildings and structures completed in 2009