Built in year 1870, Ci Xiu Nunnery was once a private monastery and opened to the public around year 1917. There’s also a French-style villa, connecting the main entrance to The Grand Buddha’s Hall. The villa was once the location for Liyuan Society (Liyuan Gong Suo梨园公所), a charity foundation founded in 1905, which purpose was to offer financial help and community support for traditional Liyuan opera singers. Its courtyard is tranquil, amiable, nothing is lofty about its presentation, but there's still a sense of reverence. Ticket is 10rmb, includes three incenses.
4/F, 1 Maoming Nan Lu
near Yan'an Zhong Lu
134 7280 9281
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