Fuhu Temple, the biggest Buddhist temple on the mounfain, has 13 halls. In the temple, a 6-metre 17-storeyed bronze tower made in the Yuan Dy-nasty(1271-1368) has sone 4,700 engraved Buddhist figurines on it. The 20,000-character Huayan Sutras are well preserved in the temple.
Wannian Temple has a huge bronze statue of Samantab-hadra mounted on a white elephant.made in the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The bronze is 7.35 metres high and weighs 62 tons. Inside the the temple, there are several hundred other bronze or iron statues. The Copper Hall with a gold-plated roof in Woyun Temple, built in the Ming Dynasty on the mountain top, is eight metres high, 4.8 metres wide and 4.3 metres deep. The whole body of the hall was made of copper with a gold plated roof inside the hall, there is a five-metre high bronze statue of Samantabhadra mounted on an elophant and 24 bronze Buddhist images. Outside the hall is a bronze tablet, on which 2,564 characters were engraved by calligraphers Wang Xizhi of the Eastern Jin Dynasty(317-420)and Chu Suiliang of the Tang Dynasty(618-907).On the top of the moimtain. a cireleof violet,indgo, blue,green, yellow, orange and red lights may be observed in the clouds, and you may feel as if you were caught in the circle, which moves with your shadow. This is the famed “pecious Emei lights” or “Buddha’s halo”. On mountain slopes, monkeys often come out to”rob” you: they may extend their hands begging for food. If you show your empty hands, they usually let the matter go. But sometimes an in-sistent monkey will try to seize your coat to make sure you really have nothing to offer.