Sunfong (Sanfeng) Temple
Previously known as Sunfong (Sanfeng) Pavilion, Sunfong (San...
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Previously known as Sunfong (Sanfeng) Pavilion, Sunfong (Sanfeng) Temple now has over three hundred years of history and is the largest temple dedicated to the Neza (also known as Marshal of the Central Altar ‘Zhongtanyuanshuai’) in Taiwan. It was moved to its present location on Hebei 2nd Road in 1971. This northern-style temple’s architecture is elegant and splendid. The master painter Pan Lu-Shui crated the solemn and exquisite door gods through the use of flat- color painting, and the temple’s broad square lends it a certain majesty. The performances given by the Three Princes troupes here at ceremonies, which resemble the most popular carnivals in the religious world, attract large numbers of believers.
Opening Hours: 05:00-22:00
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