You will find this photo via google/pinterest by the name of Moon Bridge Temple,but this is Fuqing Temple, located on Cangyan Mountain who lies approximately 70 kms. southwest of Shijiazhuang. Its name loosely translates into ‘Pale Rock Mountain’ or ‘Green Cliff Mountain‘. The mountain is known for its peaks (1,000 meters above sea level), panoramic views, pagodas, temples and its natural foliage.
Cangyan Mountain has been the home for many Buddhist monks, dating back to the Sui Dynasty when the original monastery was constructed, and later in the Qing Dynasty when it was rebuilt. Fuqing Temple (Fuqing Si) is one of the famous temples here. It is said that Fuqing Temple is the place where Princess Nanyang, daughter of Emperor Yang of the Sui Dynasty practiced Buddhism. The main structure of the Fuqing Temple, the Qiaolou Hall (Qiaolou Dian), is situated on a stone arch bridge which spans the cliffs more than 70m above the ground. It is one of the three hanging temples in China and a masterpiece of ancient Chinese architectures.