Experience of Visiting the Liaocheng Shanxi-Shaanxi Guild Hall after Snowfall

🌟 The Liaocheng Shanxi-Shaanxi Guild Hall, commonly known as the Guandi Temple, is a microcosm and witness to the prosperity of Liaocheng's commerce during the Qing Dynasty. 📍Location: No. 11 Shuangjie, Dongchangfu District, Liaocheng City ⏲️Hours: Open all year from 09:00 to 17:00 (last admission at 16:30) 💰Admission: Free❗️ The guild hall was a place for merchants to network and gather during the Ming and Qing dynasties, as well as a temple for worshiping Guan Yu. It was built in the eighth year of the Qianlong era (1743) with funds raised by merchants from Shanxi and Shaanxi. After the snow, the guild hall is draped in a white veil, appearing even more solemn and mysterious. ❄️Snowflakes falling on the buildings of the guild hall add a lively and playful touch to the ancient architecture. 👣Walking in the courtyard of the guild hall, the snow underfoot makes a 'crunching' sound, as if telling stories of history. ❤️If you also love ancient architecture, then you must not miss the Liaocheng Shanxi-Shaanxi Guild Hall, especially after a snowfall, as it offers a unique charm.
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Posted: Feb 25, 2024
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