Built in the year 1433, along the way leading to the National museum is a small unusual temple which was built to subdue demoness
On your way up to the National museum you would find a small temple with somewhat of an unusual structure. This temple which was built in the year 1433 by the famous iron bridge builder for the purpose of subduing a demoness. This temple which has three floors has been beautiful constructed with a pilgrim path moving in clockwise direction up to the core of the temple. While moving through the temple you would experience hell, earth as well as heaven beautifully depicted on the three floors.