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Cihu gong (慈護宮) Chang, Pi-Chun; Travis, Travis; Chong, Eng Keat William; Li, Xinlu

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Exterior front view of 慈護宮, CiHuGong temple with incense burner, Taoist deities, and colorful dragons on roof. Founded in 1809. This Taoist temple is about to undergo a major reconstruction due to a leaking roof. This is a main central temple in the Jinshan [1]. Exterior view of temple entrance gate with Taoist deities and colorful dragons [2]. Exterior front view of temple with incense burner, Taoist deities, and colorful dragons on roof [3]. Interior view of temple with a table to place offerings, Taoist deities, and colorful dragons [4]. Interior view of temple with Taoist deities, and colorful dragons [5]. Interior view of temple with a sign that directs the flow of worship [6]. Interior view of temple with stone inscription [7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12]. Interior view of temple primary altar with Taoist deities [13]. Exterior panoramic view of temple with incense burner, Taoist deities, and colorful dragons on roof [14]. Interior panoramic view of temple with offering table Taoist deities, and colorful dragons [15]. Interior 360 view of temple [16].

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