The City’s God Temple of Hancheng Museum is a national key cultural relic. It was built in the fifth year of Longqing in the Ming Dynasty (1571), expanded in the fifth year of Wanli of the Ming Dynasty (1577), and rebuilt several times. It is one of the best preserved city’s god temples in China.
Hancheng Chenghuang Temple, located in the northeast corner of Jincheng District, Hancheng City, Shaanxi Province, covers an area of 15,600 square meters. The temple was built in the Ming Dynasty and has been rebuilt many times. The whole temple is quaint, and there is a Qin Opera performed by locals at night. Although it is not understood, it is also unique.
Hancheng City God Temple sits north and faces south, and the north-south central axis is formed by the mountain gate and Hanguang Hall.
Hancheng Chenghuang Temple sits on the north-south side, and is divided into four courtyards in a "ten" shape. The central axis of the north-south axis is composed of Shanmen, Zhengjiaofang, Weimingmen, Guangjian Hall, Dexin Hall, Lingyou Hall, and Hanguang Hall. All the building structures in the temple are made of thorough Ming, the beams still retain the cross hands, the front and rear eaves are mostly "large amounts", and the mountain faces are used with lanyards and general pats.
Hancheng City’s God Temple is a very cost-effective scenic spot. The exhibition is very lively, focusing on the historical development and significance of the City’s God Temple, and at the same time admonishing people what to do and what not to do, which serves as a great warning.
my country’s key cultural relics protection unit is one of the three famous temples in the ancient city. It adopts the traditional layout of Chenghuang Temple. Hancheng also has its own guardian deity of Chenghuang. Every time, Chenghuang also travels and patrols. The history and culture are really rich.