Zhenwushan ancestral hall, Xuanzu hall, Wenchang palace and other ancient buildings have experienced a hundred years of wind and rain, red walls and green tiles, in the local Taoism community enjoy the reputation of North Qingcheng, South Zhenwu... Yibin tour of the fourth stop, taxi can go directly to the top of the Zhenwushan Taoist building group, many people drink tea beside the Taoist temple, The architecture of Taoist temple is very nice, the weather is nice to take pictures...
Yibin Zhenwu Mountain is located in Cuiping Park and is adjacent to Cuiping Mountain. It is named after the Zhenwu Great Emperor Temple on the mountain. The ancient building complex of Zhenwu Mountain was approved as a national key cultural relic protection unit in 1996. Zhenwu Mountain was named Xianlu Mountain in Song Dynasty, and there were such names as Zhenwu Mountain and Shilai Mountain in Ming Dynasty. In the first year of Wanli in the Ming Dynasty (1573), when the governor of Sichuan, Zeng Shengwu, conquered the head of the capital, he asked Zhenwu Zushi to help him. He added Zhenwu Temple on the mountain and built many temples later. Zhenwu Mountain in Sichuan Taoism has the saying "Northern Qingcheng, Southern Zhenwu".
The famous mountain of Bashu Taoism is named for the emperor of Zhenwu, one of the four sacred Taoisms in the mountain. Many places in China are called Zhenwu Mountain, and the ancient architecture of Yibin is the most complete.
Zhenwu Mountain is actually close to Cuiping Mountain, the mountain roads of the two mountains are connected. There are Zhenwu Taoism group view on the mountain, and free museums to visit. I have been to countless times as a child. The exhibits inside, although not rare treasures, but also enough to reflect the local history of the vicissitudes of change. Impressive is the various bronze drums and the Han tomb unearthed pottery, etc.
Chuannan Daoguan, there is something to see, is also a good place for leisure and entertainment, the air is very fresh, hammock, tea, card playing, walking the mountains, incense... anything can