Baiyu Palace, Hall of the Three Transcendents 白玉宮三仙殿https://architecturasinica.org/place/000130
- Hall of the Three Transcendents (English)
- 三仙殿 (Traditional Chinese)
- 三仙殿 (Simplified Chinese)
- Sānxiāndiàn (Pinyin)
- San-hsien-tien (Wade-Giles)
- Baiyugong Sanxiandian (English)
- 白玉宫三仙殿 (Traditional Chinese)
- 白玉宫三仙殿 (Simplified Chinese)
Building InformationThe Hall of the Three Transcendents (三仙殿) in Baiyu Palace is located on the central axis of the complex and dates to the Ming-Qing dynasties. It has an overhanging gable roof, its front façade measures 8.56 m (28' 1") and its side facade measures 7.9 m (25' 11").
Dynasty Ming 1368 - 1644 1
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