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Jin De Yuan Temple, Glodok, Jakarta
Indonesia

Jin De Yuan Temple. Also known as Kim Tek Ie or Kim Tek In Temple. Originally built in 1650 it is one of the oldest chinese temples in Jakarta. It was destroyed in the massacre of 1740 and was rebuilt in 1755.

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