List of Buddhist temples

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - View original article

 
Jump to: navigation, search
Maya Devi temple at Lumbini, Nepal was the birthplace of Buddha.
Mahabodhi Temple Complex at Bodh Gaya, India was the place of Buddha's Enlightenment.
Ancient Buddhist monasteries near Dhamekh Stupa Monument Site at Sarnath, India where Buddha delivered his first teaching.
The Parinirvana Temple with the Parinirvana Stupa at Kushinagar, India where Buddha attained Parinirvana after his death

This is a list of Buddhist temples, monasteries, stupas, and pagodas for which there are Wikipedia articles, sorted by location.

Contents

Australia[edit]

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

New South Wales[edit]

Queensland[edit]

South Australia[edit]

Victoria[edit]

Western Australia[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

Bhutan[edit]

Paro Taktsang (Tiger's Nest)

Bumthang[edit]

Paro[edit]

Punakha[edit]

Phobjika[edit]

Thimphu[edit]

Cambodia[edit]

Prasat Angkor Wat

Angkor[edit]

Wat Preah Keo Morokot

Kampong Thom[edit]

Phnom Penh[edit]

Pursat[edit]

Canada[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

Monastère Bouddhiste de Tam Bao Son, Canton d'Harrington, Laurentides, Québec

Nova Scotia[edit]

Ontario[edit]

Quebec[edit]

People's Republic of China[edit]

The Tianning Pagoda in Beijing, built around 1120.
The Putuo Zongcheng Temple in Hebei, represents a fusion of Chinese and Tibetan architectural style.
Tianning Temple (Changzhou) in Jiangsu - the tallest pagoda and the tallest wooden structure in the world.[1]
Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
Golden Temple (Chinese Buddhist) at the summit of Emei Shan, in Sichuan. Emei Shan is one of the Four Sacred Mountains of Chinese Buddhism.
The Three Pagodas of Chong Sheng Temple, Dali City, Yunnan.

Anhui[edit]

Beijing[edit]

Fujian[edit]

Guangdong[edit]

Hainan[edit]

Hebei[edit]

Henan[edit]

Hohhot[edit]

Hubei[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Jiangsu[edit]

Jiangxi[edit]

Ningxia[edit]

Quanzhou[edit]

Shaanxi[edit]

Shandong[edit]

Shanghai[edit]

Shanxi[edit]

Sichuan[edit]

Tibet Autonomous Region[edit]

The Jokhang Temple in Lhasa, Tibet.

Yunnan[edit]

Zhejiang[edit]

India[edit]

Andhra Pradesh[edit]

Buddhist Monastery Remnants, Ramatheertham, Andhra Pradesh

Karnataka[edit]

Arunachal Pradesh[edit]

Bihar[edit]

Goa[edit]

Buddhist caves exist in following places in Goa:[citation needed]

Buddha idols have been found in several places, and some temples, some are still in worship and are considered now as Hindu gods. Monasteries used to exist in many places, and it can be seen from the names of the modern villages. For example, Viharas have been found in modern Divachali or ancient Dipakavishaya, Lamgaon or ancient Lamagrama and many other places.

Himachal Pradesh[edit]

Jammu and Kashmir[edit]

Madhya Pradesh[edit]

Maharahstra[edit]

Orissa[edit]

Dhauli, Orissa

Sikkim[edit]

Tamil Nadu[edit]

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

West Bengal[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Candi Banyunibo located in a paddy field southeast of Ratu Boko

Sumatra[edit]

West Java[edit]


Central Java[edit]

East Java[edit]

Israel[edit]

Japan[edit]

Fukui[edit]

Fukuoka[edit]

Gifu[edit]

Hiroshima[edit]

Hyōgo[edit]

Iwate[edit]

Kagawa[edit]

Zentsū-ji (Kūkai's birthplace)

Kanagawa[edit]

Kyoto[edit]

Kinkaku-ji (Rinzai-Shōkoku-ji sect), the Temple of the Golden Pavilion, located in Kyoto. It was built in Muromachi period.

Miyagi[edit]

Nagano[edit]

Nagasaki[edit]

Nara[edit]

Todaiji's Daibutsu in Nara, Nara

Osaka[edit]

Saitama[edit]

Shiga[edit]

Konpon Chū-dō of Enryakuji in Ōtsu, Shiga

Shizuoka[edit]

Tochigi[edit]

Tokyo[edit]

Toyama[edit]

Wakayama[edit]

Danjogaran of Mount Kōya

Yamagata[edit]

Yamaguchi[edit]

Yamanashi[edit]

South Korea[edit]

See also: Korean Buddhist temples

Seoul[edit]

Gyeonggi[edit]

Gangwon[edit]

North Chungcheong[edit]

South Chungcheong[edit]

North Gyeongsang[edit]

South Gyeongsang[edit]

North Jeolla[edit]

North Pyeongan[edit]

South Jeolla[edit]

Daejeon[edit]

Laos[edit]

Pha That Luang

Vientiane[edit]

Luang Phrabang[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang.

Kuala Lumpur[edit]

Malacca[edit]

Penang[edit]

Perak[edit]

Mongolia[edit]

Golden Temple at Gandan Monastery in Ulan Bator.

Ulan Bator[edit]

Övörkhangai[edit]

Selenge[edit]

Myanmar[edit]

Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon - the most revered pagoda in Myanmar.
Ancient pagodas are built in the Mon style, Bagan.
Dhammayangyi Temple - a pyramid-shaped Buddhist temple.
Main article: Pagodas in Burma

Yangon Region[edit]

Yangon (Rangoon)

Mandalay Region[edit]

Bagan (Pagan)
Mandalay

Rakhine State[edit]

Bago Region[edit]

Bago
Pyay

Mon State[edit]

Shan State[edit]

Nepal[edit]

Kapilbastu District[edit]

Kathmandu District[edit]

Mustang District[edit]

Rupandehi District[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Metro Manila[edit]

Davao[edit]

Singapore[edit]

Modern architecture of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum in Singapore.

South Africa[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

Anuradhapura[edit]

Balapitiya[edit]

Colombo[edit]

Dambulla[edit]

Kandy[edit]

Kalutara[edit]

Kelaniya[edit]

Madampe[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Center, Taiwan.

Tanzania[edit]

Thailand[edit]

Wat Traimit contains Golden Buddha - the world's largest solid gold statue.

Bangkok[edit]

Chiang Mai[edit]

Chiang Rai[edit]

Kanchanaburi[edit]

Pathum Thani[edit]

Phetchabun[edit]

Saraburi[edit]

Surat Thani[edit]

Ko Samui[edit]

Phitsanulok[edit]

Europe[edit]

The Pagode de Vincennes, originally the Cameroon Pavilion of the 1931 Paris Colonial Exposition.
Das Buddhistische Haus in Berlin - the oldest Buddhist temple in Europe.
The main stupa at Samyé Ling monastery in Scotland

Denmark[edit]

England[edit]

France[edit]

Germany[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Italy[edit]

The Netherlands[edit]

Poland[edit]

Scotland[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Spain[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Russia[edit]

Uganda[edit]

United States[edit]

Hsi Lai Temple (Chinese) in Hacienda Heights, California - the largest Buddhist temple in the United States.
Deer Park Monastery meditation hall (Vietnamese) in Escondido, California.
Shambhala Center (Tibetan) in Boulder, Colorado.
Kadampa Buddhist Temple in Seattle, Washington.

Arizona[edit]

Colorado[edit]

California[edit]

Connecticut[edit]

Florida[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Hawaii[edit]

Illinois[edit]

Kentucky[edit]

Louisiana[edit]

Maryland[edit]

Massachusetts[edit]

Michigan[edit]

Minnesota[edit]

Nebraska[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

New Mexico[edit]

New York[edit]

North Carolina[edit]

Ohio[edit]

Oregon[edit]

Rhode Island[edit]

Texas[edit]

Utah[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Washington[edit]

Wisconsin[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

Dâu Pagoda in Bắc Ninh Province is the oldest Buddhist temple in Vietnam
Bái Đính Temple in Ninh Bình Province - the largest complex of Buddhist temples in Vietnam

An Giang[edit]

Bắc Ninh[edit]

Bình Dương[edit]

Đà Lạt[edit]

Đồng Nai[edit]

Hà Nội[edit]

Hồ Chí Minh City (Sài Gòn)[edit]

Huế[edit]

Hưng Yên[edit]

Kiên Giang[edit]

Ninh Bình[edit]

Nam Định[edit]

Nha Trang[edit]

Phú Yên[edit]

Sóc Trăng[edit]

Thái Bình[edit]

Tiền Giang[edit]

Vũng Tàu[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ China Daily. (April 30, 2007). World's Tallest Pagoda Inaugurated. Chinadaily.com.cn. Retrieved on 2008-05-22.
  2. ^ "SkyscraperPage - Chung-Tai Buddhist Temple". 2008-11-08. 

External links[edit]