Lugang Longshan Temple
Lugang Longshan Temple
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T-SGlobetrotters
Preston, UK3 507 bidrag
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nov. 2023 • Par
Together with Tianhou this is one of the most architecturally important temples in Taiwan. It traces its origins from 1653 and was moved to its current site in 1786. It was severely damaged by the 1999 earthquake but has been painstakingly restored to reproduce its original features. A beautiful building.
Skrevet 25. november 2023
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Steven S
Pattaya, Thailand778 bidrag
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okt. 2023 • Alene
This temple is constructed of wood so you know it's very old. A lot of attention to detail is on display. Very popular and highly revered by the Taiwanese people.
Skrevet 31. oktober 2023
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Yali
Taichung, Taiwan9 460 bidrag
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jan. 2023 • Familie
現在這裡多處在整修
但不影響祭祀參拜動線
主祀觀世音菩薩
還有許多神祇陪祀
這裡沒有天后宮那樣的接踵人潮
可閒逸的邊看被列為一級的古蹟邊參拜祈福
旁邊還有老龍師肉包可品嚐
Skrevet 29. januar 2023
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wang2383
Longjing, Taichung69 773 bidrag
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des. 2022
來鹿港對古蹟有興趣者,一定要來鹿港龍山寺,因為裡面的建材雕刻是認識早期漢人建築的好教材。即使像我這種不懂古蹟者,光看到斑駁樑柱和門上雕刻也不由佩服工藝之精細。
Skrevet 2. januar 2023
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia13 354 bidrag
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des. 2022
Longshan Temple in Lugang is an important site of religious devotion for those who follow traditional belief systems in Taiwan. The temple hosts performing groups during major religious festivals. The octagonal caisson ceiling above the stage at the Longshan Temple is the oldest such work in Taiwan. It rises through five ascending levels of diminishing size, each with 16 sets of bucket arches, culminating in a domed panel at the top. When traditional troupes perform here, the sound resonates in the air. Lugang is one of the oldest Han Chinese settlements in Taiwan, the literal translation of its name is "deer port."
Skrevet 16. desember 2022
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liucy752
Taipei, Taiwan1 504 bidrag
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nov. 2022
This temple is dedicated to Guanyin (觀音菩薩, Avalokitesvara). It was originally found In 1647 (the 4th year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty 清順治四年). The temple was moved to the present site In 1786, and has been overhauled and rebuilt for several times.

"Longshan Temple" is named after the ancestral temple~ Longshan Temple in Anhai, Quanzhou, Fujian Province (福建泉州安海龍山寺). There are 5 Longshan Temples in Taiwan: Lukang LongshanTemple (鹿港龍山寺), Tainan Longshan Temple (台南龍山寺), Bangka Longshan Temple (萬華龍山寺) , Fengshan Longshan Temple (鳳山龍山寺) and Tamsui Longshan Temple (淡水龍山寺) .

Among them, Lukang Longshan Temple is the oldest, the largest and has the highest level of heritage. The magnificent architecture and exquisite stone carvings in the temple are believed to be the work by the masters from Quanzhou (泉州).
Skrevet 9. november 2022
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia13 354 bidrag
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apr. 2022
Lugang Longshan Temple is dedicated to Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy, also known as the Bodhisatva of Great Compassion. The temple dates back to the 18th century. Major renovations were undertaken in 1829. During the 921 Earthquake of 1999, the temple was severely damaged, but it was restored thanks to public donations. The temple is a rare example of expert craftsmanship; the dragon columns are meticulously carved, and intertwine vigorously. The Lugang Longshan Temple is one of several Longshan temples on the island, it is certainly an outstanding example of folk art.
Skrevet 4. juni 2022
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wang2383
Longjing, Taichung69 773 bidrag
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aug. 2020
龍山寺歷史悠久,經過多次的局部與整體的修建,公認是台灣目前保存最為完整的清代建築,有許多工藝精湛的雕刻與繪畫以及精細結構的藻井等。這次特別注意龍邊的廂廊,有一口古鐘,為咸豐八年(一八五八)龍山寺重修完成後,鹿港八郊商行於咸豐九年(一八五九)請梁如金到浙江寧波勝興商號鑄造此鐘,鐘高一百四十餘公分(不含鐘耳),直徑一百公分,聲聞數里,故有「龍山曉鐘」之美譽。由於古鐘上方的鐘耳已毀損,鐘上的銘文也日益斑駁,目前寺方已另製一口鐘置於鐘亭。鹿港龍山寺處處是寶,但要有興處和懂得欣賞。
Skrevet 9. august 2020
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OrderintheHouse
Brisbane3 540 bidrag
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jan. 2020
For our 40th wedding anniversary my wife and I enjoyed an 18 day Asian tour from 28 December 2019 to 14 January 2020 visiting in order Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Laos and Singapore.

Our 6 night private tour of Taiwan was arranged through Wendy Wu Tours and we visited Taipei, Taroko Gorge, Sun Moon Lake, Tainan and Kaohsiung.

On the last day of our tour we travelled from Kaohsiung (Taiwan’s third largest city and its largest port) back to the capital Taipei, where we spent our last evening before leaving for Laos. It was a 350 kilometre journey to Taipei but mostly we travelled with ease on an excellent highway. On the way we visited the charming town of Lukang (formerly known as Lugang) at the halfway point and visited the rather impressive Lukang Longshan Temple, described by the Ministry of Interior Affairs as the best preserved Qing dynasty (1644 to 1912) building in Taiwan.

What makes a visit to the Longshan Temple so special is its amazing octagonal caisson, also referred to as a caisson ceiling, or spider web ceiling, located in the front hall of the temple. It is quite a stunning masterpiece and brilliantly constructed during the temple’s reconstruction in 1831. This makes it the oldest caisson of its type in Taiwan. What is particularly impressive is that this wood structure was precisely calculated, and craftsmen managed to sustain the whole ceiling without using a single nail. There were seats provided on the floor at the edge of the caisson, so we spent some time just looking up in total awe and wonderment at the ability and immense talent of these early craftsman in being able to create such a ceiling of pure intricate beauty and all without today’s computer models.

The front hall of Longshan Temple is called the Five Portal Hall because of the five pairs of entry doors along its front side featuring colourful God paintings, the work of Lukang’s renowned religious artist Guo Shin-lin (1902 – 1973). These paintings were pleasing to the eye. In between each pair of doors there are wooden panels with very nicely designed lattice work. The centre pair of doors feature paintings of the two principal door guardians of Buddhism.

A feature of note at the entrance to the worship hall is the pair of dragon columns supporting the structure and reinstalled during the 1852 renovation of the temple. On each column is featured a dragon in high relief with its tail circling up each column. Inside this hall can be seen a number of very colourful and ornate Buddhist images including some spectacular ceiling lights.

There is an information sign in the temple courtyard which gives this temple the highest possible accolade in the eyes of the Taiwan public. It lists the Long-shan Temple, Lukang as one of “The Top 100 Religious Scenes of Taiwan “, encompassing a hundred iconic religious sites and activities that were chosen via public vote and announced by the Ministry of the Interior on 22 November 2013.

After visiting this attraction we could understand how the Taiwanese people value this temple so highly. My wife and I, as visitors to Lukang, were equally impressed.
Skrevet 31. juli 2020
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nancy921
Taipei, Taiwan17 914 bidrag
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jul. 2020
莊嚴神聖的古蹟廟宇,夜景非常漂亮
龍山寺供奉觀世音菩薩,
始建於明朝永曆年間的古廟,迄今400年
乾隆年間遷廟至此,古樸的雕刻與典雅莊嚴的寺廟保存得極好
庭園、古樹清幽雅緻,讓人心靈沉澱,吉祥寧靜~~
Skrevet 21. juli 2020
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