Kuiwen Pavilion is located in the Confucian Temple in the middle of the three holes in Qufu. Its function is equivalent to the Cangshu Pavilion. It is said that General Zhu De had commanded the war in the Kuiwen Pavilion during the War of Liberation. He couldn't help but stand in awe. A group photo is essential.
Dushan Kuiwen Pavilion consists of a mountain gate, a attic, a west chamber, and a ear chamber, with a Kanse-yin, Confucius, Guan Yu and Kuixing plaques. It is a place where the readers worship Kuixing God, and another purpose is to cultivate students from the countryside. Tonggao 25 meters. The building structure is tight, beautiful shape, fine carving, retains the Qing Dynasty architectural carving art characteristics, its ancient architecture is the only in South Fujian.
Kuiwen Pavilion is located in Qufu Confucius Temple, in the evening to Qufu, the Confucius Temple scenic area has closed, around the periphery walk around a circle, Kuiwen Pavilion is the highest point of the Confucius Temple, can be seen from afar, the next day into the Confucius Temple to see, Kuiwen Pavilion ancient and aroma, super beautiful.
It is said that it was a former Tibetan classics pavilion, more than 1,000 years old, is one of the oldest buildings here. Now the main part of the building is selling souvenirs, some of the guides inside. Inside you can also see some of the older traces. The first year was 1018, and it's now just 1,000 years old.
Kuiwen Pavilion is one of the main buildings of Confucius Temple, originally the place where the collection of imperial-civilized books, with a rich collection of books, unique architecture and famous, is the ancient Chinese famous library. The original collection of Kuiwen Pavilion are moved into the Kongfu Archives to preserve, now there are books sold.