The Confucian Temple of Hancheng Museum is a key cultural relic of Shaanxi Province. The wooden buildings are relatively intact. The ancient trees in the temple are towering and the atmosphere is solemn. The five dragon walls at the gate are even more dazzling and exquisite stone carvings.
The most well-preserved Confucian Temple in China adopts the traditional layout of the Confucian Temple in my country. The “Long-lifting pole” in front of the Dacheng Hall is really rare in China. It is said that only the champion in the palace test can lift the dragon pole. It feels very interesting.
National key cultural relics protection unit, in the core area of the ancient city, the illuminated wall at the gate of the Confucian Temple is very beautiful. The colorful glazed tiles are very eye-catching under the sun. The Dacheng Hall in the Confucian Temple is also a building with many highlights. Nice attraction and the ticket price is not high.
It's better preserved and worth a look.
Hancheng has a long history of culture and can increase knowledge.
Hancheng Confucian Temple, located in Dongxue Alley, the old city of Weinan, Shaanxi Province, is a group of well-preserved buildings of the Yuan Dynasty. According to the Ming Dynasty "Yi Tong Zhi" record: "Hancheng County studied in Hongwu four years in 1371 AD and rebuilt at the old site". "Shaanxi General History" contains: "Reconstruction of Zhou Jicheng, the magistrate of Hongwu four years".
The Confucian Temple is located in Dongxue Alley, the old city of Weinan Hancheng, Shaanxi Province. It is a group of well-preserved buildings of the Yuan Dynasty. Although it has been rebuilt, the structure and shape of the main buildings in the temple have not changed. It is a representative group of ancient buildings in Shaanxi Province since the 13th century.