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Om Beiyue Temple
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Beiyue Temple (simplified Chinese: aA -a2aTM); traditional Chinese: aA -aaY; pinyin: Bei Yue Miao; literally "Northern Peak Temple") is a Daoist temple located in Quyang, Hebei Province, China. The temple was used to make sacrifices to Mount Heng by the emperors of the Song Dynasty while the mountain was occupied by the Liao Dynasty. The Dening Hall of the temple is the largest, earliest and one of the most important extant wooden buildings built in the Yuan Dynasty. The temple also contains three gates, an octagonal pavilion and many ancient stelae.