Jietai Temple (Chinese: 戒台寺; pinyin: Jiè Tāi Sì) is a Buddhist temple in Mentougou District in western Beijing, China. It was constructed during the Tang dynasty, with major modifications made during the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
The temple is located on the mountainside of the Ma'an mountain approximately 25 kilometers from downtown Beijing. It was first built Kaihuang period of the Sui Dynasty (581-600) and was originally called the Huiju Temple (Wisdom Accumulation Temple).
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