|Location||Beitou, Taipei, Taiwan|
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The temple was originally constructed in 1712. It was also known as Lingshan Temple due to its location at Mount Ling.
The temple is filled with carved dragon pillars, stone lions and wall sculptures. The door gods are in the form of relief carvings. The rafters and beams are also carved and painted. The image of Mazu sits on the main altar.
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