Category:Emperor Guan temples

English: The Emperor Guan Temples (關帝廟 Guan Di Miao or 武廟 Wu Miao) are temples to enshrine Guan Yu, an ancient Chinese hero who is worshiped as a god of fortune and war, but most of all of honour and fidelity. Temples of Guan Yu exist all over China, and in Chinatowns all over the world.
關帝廟 (yue); temple de Guandi (fr); 關帝廟 (zh-mo); 关帝庙 (zh-my); Guandi-Tempel (de); 關帝廟 (zh); 関帝廟 (ja); 关帝庙 (zh-sg); Guandimiao (sv); 關帝廟 (zh-tw); 關帝廟 (zh-hant); 关帝庙 (zh-cn); 관제묘 (ko); temples of Kwan Tai (en); 關帝廟 (zh-hk); 关帝庙 (zh-hans); Kuil Guandi (id) temples which worship Guan Yu (en); 関帝(関羽)を祀る廟 (ja); temple dédié à Guan Yu, considéré comme dieu de la guerre (fr); 祭祀關羽的廟宇 (zh) Emperor Guan Temples, Temples of Guan Di (en); 武廟 (ja); 武廟, 关帝庙, 武帝廟, 关王庙, 關帝殿, 文衡殿, 武聖廟 (zh); 관우묘, 요코하마 관제묘, 고베 관제묘 (ko)
temples of Kwan Tai 
temples which worship Guan Yu
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This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.