The Guang Ming temple (Chinese: 光明寺; pinyin: Guāngmíng Sì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kong-bîng-sī; literally: "Bright Light Temple") in Orlando, Florida, United States is the largest Buddhist temple in Central Florida. The three story, 30,000 square feet (2,800 m2), traditional Chinese-monastic style temple was completed in 2007 and cost approximately $5 million to construct. The temple is associated with Fo Guang Shan, a monastic organization from Taiwan led by Venerable Hsing Yun that claims over 1 million members worldwide, and with Hsi Lai Temple in Los Angeles. Guang Ming is home to several resident monastics, and boasts a vast main shrine room, auxiliary meditation room, vegetarian cafeteria, tea room, gift shop, and guest dormitories. The temple is open daily from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm, and weekly

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  • Guang Mingtempel in Orlando, Florida, Verenigde Staten is de grootste boeddhistische tempel in centraal Florida. Het heeft drie verdiepingen en heeft een oppervlakte van 2800 m². De bouw werd afgerond in 2007 en kostte vijf miljoen dollar om te bouwen. De tempel maakt deel uit van Fo Guang Shan. De tempel is elke dag van 10:30 tot 17:00 geopend en er zijn wekelijks ceremonies/gebedsdiensten in Standaardmandarijn en Engels. Coördinaten 28° 28′ 53″ NB, 81° 17′ 42″ WL (nl)
  • The Guang Ming temple (Chinese: 光明寺; pinyin: Guāngmíng Sì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kong-bîng-sī; literally: "Bright Light Temple") in Orlando, Florida, United States is the largest Buddhist temple in Central Florida. The three story, 30,000 square feet (2,800 m2), traditional Chinese-monastic style temple was completed in 2007 and cost approximately $5 million to construct. The temple is associated with Fo Guang Shan, a monastic organization from Taiwan led by Venerable Hsing Yun that claims over 1 million members worldwide, and with Hsi Lai Temple in Los Angeles. Guang Ming is home to several resident monastics, and boasts a vast main shrine room, auxiliary meditation room, vegetarian cafeteria, tea room, gift shop, and guest dormitories. The temple is open daily from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm, and weekly events are held in Chinese as well as English. (en)
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  • Guang Mingtempel in Orlando, Florida, Verenigde Staten is de grootste boeddhistische tempel in centraal Florida. Het heeft drie verdiepingen en heeft een oppervlakte van 2800 m². De bouw werd afgerond in 2007 en kostte vijf miljoen dollar om te bouwen. De tempel maakt deel uit van Fo Guang Shan. De tempel is elke dag van 10:30 tot 17:00 geopend en er zijn wekelijks ceremonies/gebedsdiensten in Standaardmandarijn en Engels. Coördinaten 28° 28′ 53″ NB, 81° 17′ 42″ WL (nl)
  • The Guang Ming temple (Chinese: 光明寺; pinyin: Guāngmíng Sì; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Kong-bîng-sī; literally: "Bright Light Temple") in Orlando, Florida, United States is the largest Buddhist temple in Central Florida. The three story, 30,000 square feet (2,800 m2), traditional Chinese-monastic style temple was completed in 2007 and cost approximately $5 million to construct. The temple is associated with Fo Guang Shan, a monastic organization from Taiwan led by Venerable Hsing Yun that claims over 1 million members worldwide, and with Hsi Lai Temple in Los Angeles. Guang Ming is home to several resident monastics, and boasts a vast main shrine room, auxiliary meditation room, vegetarian cafeteria, tea room, gift shop, and guest dormitories. The temple is open daily from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm, and weekly (en)
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