A group of Taipei’s most ancient and revered temples are being renovated to create the perfect form for a new wave of visitors.
Taiwanese Buddhist temples are often overlooked in comparison to their religious culture and religious language.
They are often not properly lit or decorated, or lack proper space for worship, with most being located in small, densely-populated areas.
Taiwan’s largest temple, the Shwedagon Pagoda, is only the third temple to have been fully reconstructed in its entire history, and the only one to have gone through extensive restoration work.
The temple complex in Taipei City, which is home to more than 1.2 million people, is home for the Shodagon, the oldest of Taiwan’s four main shrines.
The new temple will have a new look, with new architecture and new features, including a new floor plan, new tiles, a new roof and a new interior.
The entire complex will be accessible through a new entrance that will be part of the temple, and will also be accessible by walking into the temple itself.
The Shwedagin Pagoda is one of the most iconic temples in Taiwan.
It was built by the Ta-chi dynasty of the Ming dynasty in the 10th century AD, and has been a part of Taiji City, the capital of the Taiping Kingdom since 1444.
The Shwedagod Pagoda was one of Taiwan’s most important religious and cultural sites, but it also served as a military headquarters, a cultural center, a religious sanctuary and a religious learning center.
More than 300,000 monks lived at the temple for many centuries, and it is home now to a variety of cultures, including Taoism, Shintoism, and Buddhism.
Since the temple was constructed, there has been an increasing trend of visitors visiting it to learn more about Buddhism and its history.
“I think that the Shhedagon Pagod is more than just a temple,” says Shih-Chieh Cheng, an architect and director of the Taipei Institute of Architecture and Design.
“It is a symbol of the diversity of Taiwan.
For me, it represents the unification of all of the islands in Taiwan.”
The new Shwedagan Pagoda will also include a new outdoor space, which will be an outdoor courtyard that will provide visitors with a peaceful and relaxing environment.
This new courtyard will feature a large screen that can display Buddhist scriptures, which the temple’s monks have dedicated to the god Dogen.
An artist’s rendering of the Shredagod.
The interior of the new Shredagan Pagod.