The Beijing Temple Of Confucius Overview
The second-largest Confucian garden-temple in China, the Beijing Temple of Confucius was built in 1302 and was used by Imperial officials to pay their respects to their Confucius legends. The structure was in use until 1911, following which it served as a collection of Art for the Capital Museum, which is another one of the greatest places to visit in Beijing.

Location: 15 Guozijian St, Dongcheng, Beijing, China

Timing: 8 am to 5pm.
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