Baotong Zenist Temple

Baotong Temple is now situated almost entirely on the hillside. It is also named Dongshan Temple, or Amitabha Temple, it is located at the southern foot of Hongshan Hill, legendarily built during the period of Song State (420-479), Southern Dynasties. Once popular for its loud bells, and now there exist two large iron bells made in the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279), and a pair of stone lions carved in the early years of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). At the back hill, there are many pine trees.A Baotong Pagoda is built in memory of a monk master. This is a fairly representative and classic Chinese Buddhist temple, consisting of a Grand Hall, Meditation Hall and the Abbots Hall.

Baotong Zenist Temple - Wuhan Travel Guide