After renovations, the Chinese Monastery Hanging Xuan Kong has reopened its doors to tourists. This architectural miracle is more than 1,500 years old. The Chinese hanging monastery Xuan Kong, a thousand-year-old architectural marvel, has undergone repair work after a rock fell on a roof, according to the CGNT television channel.
It reopened on October 1, the day of the Chinese National Day.
The monastery is located near Mount Heng in Shanxi Province in northern China. It is known for its location, being hung on a cliff, but it is also the only temple in the world that houses three religions at the same time: Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.
During the repair work, temple protection measures against falling rocks were taken. In addition, 400 rooms and rooms have been renovated.