Taizi Po: the Prince Temple

Wudang Shan, China

Built in the 15th century during the Ming Dynasty, the Taizi Po (Prince Temple or Fuzhen Guan) is a popular tourist attraction. It is located on the slopes of Wudang Shan (mountain), which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Hubei Province of China. The palace-temple is a magnificent structure with 105 rooms spread over an area of 1,600 square meters. The bright red walls and deep green tiled roof of the palace look very striking against the blue sky, green forests, sparkling water bodies, and rocky slopes. The Five Clouds Pavilion in the temple complex is a superb vantage point to admire the fascinating natural beauty and click some memorable pictures.

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