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Jile Temple (simplified Chinese: 极乐寺; traditional Chinese: 極樂寺; pinyin: Jílè Sì; literally: "Temple of Bliss") of Harbin, China is the biggest Buddhist building complex in Heilongjiang and was constructed between 1921 and 1924. The grounds cover 27 570 square meters and the buildings 5 186 square meters. It is located at No. 5, East Dazhi Street, Nangang Dist. in Harbin.
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