Guangzong Temple (Mount Wutai)
|Leadership||Shi Yanming (释演明)|
|Location||Taihuai Town, Wutai County, Shanxi|
|Completed||Qing dynasty (reconstruction)|
Guangzong Temple (simplified Chinese: 广宗寺; traditional Chinese: 廣宗寺; pinyin: Guǎngzōng Sì), more commonly known as the Tongwadian (铜瓦殿; 銅瓦殿; Tóngwǎdiàn), is a Buddhist temple located on Mount Wutai, in Taihuai Town of Wutai County, Shanxi, China.
According to Records of Qingliang Mountain (清涼山志), the temple was first construction by Zhengde Emperor in 1507 under the Ming dynasty (1368–1644) and rebuilt in the following Qing dynasty (1644–1911).
Guangzong Temple occupies a total area 2,900-square-metre (31,000 sq ft) with 28 rooms and halls.
The upper storey enshrining the Three Saints of Hua-yan (华严三圣). In the middle is Sakyamuni, statues of Manjushri and Samantabhadra stand on the left and right sides of Sakyamuni's statue. The statues of Eighteen Arhats stand on both sides.