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Kuil Dalongdong Bao-an 大龍峒保安宮

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Dewa utama yang disembah di kuil Dalongdong adalah yang mulia Bao Sheng Da Di. Upacara budaya Bao Sheng yang diadakan setiap tahun pada penanggalan Cina bulan 3 merupakan kegiatan kuil terbesar di Taiwan. Renovasi bangunan historis ini pernah mendapat “Penghargaan warisan budaya Asia Pasifik tahun 2003” oleh pihak UNESCO.

Kuil ini dibangun pada tahun 1742, dan dikonstruksi ulang pada tahun 1805, dewa utama yang disembah adalah Bao Sheng Da Di, disebut juga “Kuil Dalanggong” atau “Kuil Dadao”, dan ditetapkan sebagai bangunan bersejarah oleh Pemko. Untuk memperingati kelahiran dewa Bao Sheng Da Di, setiap tahun pada penanggalan Cina tanggal 15 bulan 3, diselenggarakan kegiatan perayaan yang berlangsung selama 2 bulan. Isi kegiatan berupa penggabungan upacara ritual dengan kerajinan tradisional, panduan bangunan historis, seminar aktifitas budaya seni, perlombaan seni, drama keluarga, parade, upacara melangkahi api, kegiatan peduli kesehatan, seminar ilmiah bertema Upacara Budaya Bao Sheng. Kegiatan ritual ini merupakan kegiatan kuil terbesar, terpopuler dan teramai yang menjadikan kuil Dalongdong sebagai salah satu tempat budaya terpenting di Taiwan.

Seni dekorasi kuil seperti ukiran singa batu, tiang naga, bunga-bungan dan burung, seni keramik fragmen, ukiran tanah liat, koji, ukiran kayu, graffiti memiliki nilai seni dan historisnya masing-masing.

Saat didirikan kuil Bao an ini, diundanglah dua pengukir terkenal yakni Kuo Tha, dan Cheng Ying Pin. Mereka membagi bangunan ini menjadi dua, dan masing-masing menciptakan kesenian ukiran kayu, keramik fragmen, ukiran tanah liat dan koji masing-masing. Hasil karya dari kedua pengukir ini merupakan wujud persaingan positif trend saat itu.

Jadi, saat anda mengagumi dekorasi seni di kuil Bao An, anda dapat mengagumi hasil karya dari kedua pengukir ini di bagian kiri dan kanan kuil. Di tengah galeri kuil ada 7 gambar dinding yang merupakan hasil karya dari seniman nasional Pan Li Shui. Keindahan seninya menarik minat para pengunjung dari dalam dan luar negeri.

Kuil ini telah dirubah dari kuil lokal menjadi kuil yang mengintegrasi budaya, agama, pendidikan dan kesenian. Pengaruh yang dibawa dari perubahan ini mendatangkan makna tersendiri bagi penghidupan kembali budaya lokal daerah Tatong.

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Bangunan bersejarah Agama & kepercayaan
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Liburan、Pemesanan
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+886-2-25951676
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+886-2-25982576
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No.61, Ha Mi St., Distrik Datong, Kota Taipei Taiwán, R.O.C

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Minggu 06:30 - 21:30
Senin 06:30 - 21:30
Selasa 06:30 - 21:30
Rabu 06:30 - 21:30
Kamis 06:30 - 21:30
Jumat 06:30 - 21:30
Sabtu 06:30 - 21:30

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  • ChandaLalwani

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    En solitario

    Historical Significance

    2021-04

    This is a great place for worship and I love the beautiful architecture! It isn't too crowded if you visit on a weekday.
  • 619jeffry

    Essendon, Australia

    Ancient temple has link to mainland China

    2020-09

    Ground was broken for the Taipei Bao An Temple in 1804. The temple was intended to protect the clans from Tonglan in the mainland Chinese province of Fujian, in the neighbourhood of Xiamen. The temple is described as being Taiwanese folk religion; it has been classified as being culturally significant by UNESCO. The temple flourished in the Japanese colonial era (1895-1945) and then went into a decline, before recovering. It is opposite the Confucian Temple. The Bao An Temple has much to offer visitors, it is a reminder of the origins in China of many inhabitants of Taiwan.
  • PaulSiow

    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

    Beautiful roof

    2019-11

    We visited this temple after visiting the Confucious temple nearby. The temple looks old with intricate carvings and ornaments on the roof. Many people prayed here and it was fairly smoky due to the many burning joss sticks.
  • liucy752

    Taipei, Taiwan

    A must for art lovers and history buffs

    2020-06

    Near by the Taipei Confucius temple. But Bao An temple is much older. It was established by immigrants from Chuan-Chou (泉州), Mainland China in 1742, to worship the Baosheng Emperor (保生大帝) - a Chinese God of medicine. With its meticulously built construction and stunning decoration, the temple itself is a masterpiece of art. Another highlight is the wall paintings of the Main Hall. There are 7 murals on the walls of the Main Hall, showing Chinese historical events and tales. They are works of Master Pan Li-Shui (潘麗水), a legendary artist in Taiwan. This temple is a must for art lovers and history buffs.
  • liucy752

    Taipéi, Taiwán

    Dedicated to the God of Medicine

    2020-06

    Dating back to 1742, this historical temple was established by immigrants from Chuan-Chou (泉州), Mainland China. It is dedicated to the Baosheng Emperor (保生大帝). Baosheng Emperor, a Chinese God of medicine, is worshiped popularly in Fujian and Taiwan. He was a physician, Dr. Wu-Tao (吳夲, 979- 1036 AD), in the years of Song Dynasty. Like many western medical missionaries, Dr. Wu-Tao was a doctor and Taoist practitioner. He practiced medicine successfully in southern Fujian and saved numerous lives. After death, he was worshiped as a deity. Some 400 years later, his deified status was officially recognized as a “Emperor of God” by the Yongle Emperor of the Ming Dynasty (明成祖永樂帝). Quite interestingly, In Chinese Culture, the Emperor of God can only be conferred by a Emperor of Mankind. For example, Mazu (媽祖) was conferred as "Queen/Empress of Heaven" by Kongxi Emperor (康熙皇帝) of Qing Dynasty in 1683. With its meticulously built construction and stunning decoration, the temple itself is a masterpiece of art. Beautiful decoration include painting, drawing, stone carving, wood carving, koji pottery (交趾陶) and fragmented ceramic artworks. Another highlight is the wall paintings of the Main Hall. There are 7 murals on the walls of the Main Hall. The murals shows Chinese historical events and tales. Completed in 1973, they are works of Master Pan Li-Shui (潘麗水) and his son Master Pan Yue-Xiong (潘岳雄). Both of them are legendary artists in Taiwan. The temple underwent a large-scale restoration in 1995. The excellent project won the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Award for Cultural Heritage Conservation in 2003.

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