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|Location||Jinqiao, Pudong, Shanghai|
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Architectural style||Chinese architecture, Taoist|
The Shezhuang Temple (simplified Chinese: 社庄庙; traditional Chinese: 社莊廟; pinyin: Shèzhuāng Miào) is a Taoist temple in the Jinqiao district of Shanghai, China. It was built at the end of the Ming dynasty in the 17th century in honour of a man named Jin San. A building of fine Chinese architecture, the temple was originally surrounded by an old village that was demolished in the late 2000s to make space for new developments.
- Howard Hampton. Temple in the ruins. Lost in Shanghai, 2012.
- Meggan De Jesus. History Right Around the Corner… Shezhuang Temple. Tai Tai in Shanghai, 2013.
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