The Erlang Temple of Danfeng, Shaanxi Province is located in the East Street of Jiayuan Village, Dihua Town, 15 kilometers west of Danfeng County, and Jiayuan Village of Dihua Town. It is also the hometown of cultural celebrity Jia Pingwa. Dihua was once known as the "Eastern Flower Resort" and was one of the "Ten Views of Shangzhou". It was a Dihua Post in Tang Dynasty. Poets such as Yuan Zhen and Bai Juyi have chanted poems and verses here many times. Due to wars, wars, and military disasters, the historic sites of the resort have been damaged, and now the only ones worth seeing are Erlang Temple and Guandi Temple.
The Erlang Temple and Guandi Temple here are the only two temples in China where the two temples coexist. They are bounded by the Zhufeng in the middle, with the Kingdom of Jin on the left and the Great Song on the right. For specific introduction, please see the introduction about Erlang Temple in the picture.
From the beginning to the west gate of Danfeng, Dihua (connected to Shangzhou), it is the Dihua Station written in many poems by Bai Juyi, and it is also the epicentre resort of "Shangzhou Ten Views". The boundary line is left with carved stone piles, which is the mark of the Jin and Song dynasty for decades. The Jinren once built an Erlang temple here in the style of a Lamasery, although the original appearance has not changed after several repairs. In view of the short days of establishment of the Liao and Jin Dynasty, few buildings left, it was designated as a provincial cultural relics protection unit
When the new scenic spot of Daming Lake was open, I walked around a side. I have indeed been here, but I really can’t tell the story of this temple. Even as a Jinan, I know very little about the story of Jinan. It’s really embarrassing. Look at the above two people to know a little bit, I just worshipped in the temple, the temple should have been rebuilt because of the new scenic area, and it feels very new.
Erlang Temple, which is said to be founded in the Qing Dynasty, is the only Taoist temple dedicated to Erlang. . . . . When I go to Erlang Temple, I still don’t need tickets. It is said that it will be available from August 1. The highlight of Erlang Temple is a big bell that can be knocked up, and a few times have meaning