The Guangji Temple of Beijing, located at inner Fuchengmen Street, in the Xicheng District, is a renowned Buddhist temple. It is also the headquarters of the Buddhist Association of China.
Originally built in the Jin Dynasty , additions were made to the temple by successive dynasties. However, the present temple was completed during the Ming Dynasty . It covers an area of 5.766 acres. The major structures in the temple divides between the main gate and four other large halls and many other temples.
The temple houses a wall of 18 Buddhist deities, many Ming dynasty religious relics and a library of over 100,000 volumes of scriptures in 20 different languages, some of which date back to the time of the Song Dynasty.