|Lying at the foot of Mt. Fenghuang (Phoenix) west of Qianshan County, Sanzu Temple was first built during the reign of Emperor Wudi of the Southern Dynasties (420-589). In 758, Emperor Suzong of the Tang Dynasty renamed the temple. It consists of the Thousand-Buddha Hall, and the Mahavira Hall, and enshrines a giant white marble statue of Sakyamuni, the largest of its kind in east China.|
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