A 360-degree view http://www.360cities.net/image/puu-jih-shih-temple
For a 360-degree view :-
This is a 360-degree Spherical Panorama of stone sculpture depicting the 18 Luo Han Monks famous in Chinese Cultural.
You can explore in further more here : http://www.gigapan.org/gigapans/63515/
Sorry Boss, new camera, I was just testing the pano/geotag features. Sai-lang already - 2 pics only.
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Nice one Steven!!!
Built by Duarte Coelho, a Portuguese Captain in 1521 AD, the church was formerly a chapel for the Portuguese and it was named as “Nosa Senhora” – Our Lady of the Hill. Although these valuable ruins have been standing on top of the summit of St. Paul Hill in Melaka for centuries, the strong and thick bricks still remind one of the magnificence architecture of the chapel.
As Melaka was colonised by the Dutch from the hand of Portuguese in 1641, the fate of this former Portuguese chapel had been significantly changed. It was being used by the Dutch as a temporary praying place before their own church – the Christ Church was being completely constructed. Since that, the Dutch has renamed the Portuguese Chapel from “Nosa Senhora” – Our Lady of the Hill to St. Paul Hill.
A rooftop 740 square-meter swimming pool surrounded by a sculptured tropical garden and flanked by an accompanying whirlpool, a wading pool and two gazebos.
Wonderful view of the snowy landscape, greetings
The centre structure is the Goddess of Mercy temple which is built in 1868.