The rock of Quang-yin
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The rock of Quang-yin, with an excavation near its base, serving as a temple and dwelling for several priests of Fo. This rock is composed of one solid mass of grey marble, rising out of the margin of the river to a height exceeding six hundred feet. In a large rent near the base is a temple of two stories, ascended by flights of steps hewn out of the sides of the cavern. The faces of the rock on the side next the river are so steep, that this dreary mansion can only be approached by water.