As well as being the "crown of Minsha", the Gushan Gushing Spring Temple is also one of the most important temples in the entire country. The temple is built on the hillside of Gushan. Sitting in front of Xianglu Hill, and with Baiyun Hill leaning behind it, it has the unusual construction layout described as "in the hills you don't see the temple, in the temple you don't see the hills". One of the most spectacular sights in the Gushing Spring Temple is the Hall of Great Strength, with the other halls, large and small, all crowding around the Hall of Great Strength. Within the hall, there is a statue of the Third Incarnation of Sakyamuni, and there is also a dignified statue of the eighteen arhats. The inside of the temple has gold and jade in glorious splendor, and it is solemn and serene. It causes one not to dare to blaspheme against the greatness of the Buddha. Within the temple, there are also many precious collected books, religious scriptures, and also other ornamental articles and ceramics, which are worth a view.