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Qinciyang Hall Taoist Temple
Qinciyang Hall Taoist Temple is located at Yuanshen Road, Pudong. It is said that the hall was built by Sun Quan, the king of Wu during the Three Kingdoms period, for his mother, enjoying good fame of "Millennium Taoist Temple". It was renamed "Qinciyang Hall" by Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. It consecrates the Lord Emperor of Eastern Mountain Tai, has more than ten halls including the halls of Dongyue, Trinity, City God, Guan Yu and so on, and has more than 600 josses. In every lunar March, April, July, and September, pilgrims pour in the temple. On the first day and the fifteenth day of every lunar month or other Taoist feast days, believers come from all directions one after another. Smoke of incense curls up, and the temple bustles with excitement.

 

Address: No.476, Yuanshen Road

Telephone: 58768959
Sanlin Chongfu Taoist Temple
Chongfu Taoist Temple, also known as "Sheng Tang" (Holy Hall), is said to be an ancestral temple built by Lu Xun, Chancellor of Eastern Wu ruled by Sun Quan during the Three Kingdoms period, for his mother. According to Shanghai County Records, it mainly worships the Lord Zhenwu of Wudang, and was granted the name of Chongfu Taoist Temple by Song Huizong in 1119, the first year of the reign of Emperor Xuanhe of the Song Dynasty. In October 1986, the temple was rebuild and opened. As one of the Taoist temples of Zhengyi Faction of Shanghai Taoism, the temple comprises three courtyards, with solemn halls and green tiles flying in the eaves, possessing the flavor of Chinese traditional garden architecture. "Xuanwu Stele" is a Taoist culture relics and the heirloom of the temple. The temple accepts prays from pilgrims from all directions and Taoists of the temple conduct Taoist offerings on a daily basis. In 2007, Sheng Tang temple fair is confirmed as one of the intangible cultural inheritances by the Culture and Broadcasting Bureau of Pudong New Area.

 

Address: No.555, Yangnan Road, Sanlin Town

Telephone: 68525013
Sanyuan Palace Kundao Yard
Sanyuan Palace Kundao Yard, formerly known as Master Zhou Temple and also known as Chunve Temple, was originally built in 1728, the sixth year of the reign of Emperor Yongzheng of the Qing Dynasty, and renamed Sanyuan Palace and changed to Kundao Yard of Quanzhen Faction in 1989. It mainly worships the Three Lord Emperors of the Three Realms and Master Zhou. The Three Lord Emperors of the Three Realms is the combined name of the Lord Emperor of the Heavenly Realm, the Lord Emperor of the Earthly Realm, and the Lord Emperor of the Watery Realm. It is known as Sanyuan Worship and is the earliest natural spirits Taoism consecrates. Master Zhou, named Zhou Zhonghong, served as the Magistrate of Huating in 1704, the 43rd year of the reign of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty, and the Magistrate of Songjiang in 1728, the 6th year of the reign of Emperor Yongzheng of the Qing Dynasty. He died from commanding the flood control. Sanyuan Palace is the only Taoist temple of Quanzhen Faction in Shanghai, also the only Kundao Yard in Shanghai.

 

Address: No. 2119, West Gaoke Road

Telephone: 50899283

Dongyue Temple
Dongyue Temple is located at Xinchang Town, also known as Guojia Temple. It was built during 1465-1478, Chenghua period of the Ming Dynasty. On March 28th of lunar calendar every year, the birthday of the Lord Emperor of Eastern Mountain Tai, the temple attracts believers burning incense and offering up a sacrifice most. There are also lots of pilgrims on January 9th of lunar calendar, the birthday of the Jade Emperor of Heaven, January 15th of lunar calendar, the birthday of the Three Lord Emperors of the Three Realms, June 19th of lunar calendar, the birthday of Guan Yin, as well as June 24th of lunar calendar, the birthday of the Thunder Patriarch, the winter solstice, December 30th of lunar calendar, and January 1st of lunar calendar.

 

Address: No. 7483, Hunan Highway

Telephone: 58171432

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