Seventy kilometers from the city of Baotou, Wudangzhao is the largest
and best preserved monastery in Inner Mongolia. It was built during
the reign of Emperor Kang Xi of the Ong Dynasty, after the model of
Tashihunbu Monastery in Tibet. It is hemmed in by mountains and trees.
In front of the monastery there is a clear, crystal stream. Covering
200,000 square meters in area, the monastery emcompasses six halls,
three apartments for living Buddhas, and 2,538 rooms.
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