I am not very interested in temples, but combined with allusions such as "Huang Niuyan cannot be pulled by boat for three days and three nights" and "the highest flood line in 1870", I suddenly felt that this place was also very meaningful. Dayu is enshrined in the temple, and there is a statue of oxen outside the temple. The oxen rock behind the temple is really spectacular.
The most recommended here is the farm fish! ! ! ! It is freshly made with fresh Yangtze River live fish, the meat is tender and delicious, very delicious! ! And one pot is very cheap. The prices of large pot, medium pot, and small pot are 70, 60, and 50 respectively, and the portion is very large. Four people can eat a medium pot. It has homely flavor and spicy flavor. I personally I like to eat the peasant flavor, and I just want to eat it... and the oranges here are very cheap and delicious, very sweet! ! ! They are all picked from the trees. They are very fresh, two yuan a string, and they come very well! ! !
Worth going, the construction project is majestic and spectacular! Good wild fish
After the tour of the Three Gorges Dam, the tour bus took us to the Huangling Temple in the middle of the Huangniu Mountain in the Huangniu Gorge of Xiling Gorge, formerly known as "Huangniu Temple" or "Yellow Niu Temple". According to legend, this temple was built in the Spring and Autumn Period to commemorate the achievements of the god Niuzhuyu Kaixia. Huangling Temple is the largest ancient building in the Three Gorges. Climb the 36 steps and enter the mountain gate, which is the main building of Huangling Temple-the Palace of King Yu. Looking up, you can see two wooden plaques hanging high on the forehead of the temple. The small plaque with green characters on a brown background was written by Empress Cixi in the Qing Dynasty. The large plaque with black characters on the gold background, entitled "Xuangong Eternal", was the inscription signed "Wang Hui". The blue tile wall is simple and solemn. In the setting sun, the shadows of the trees whirled, and Ban refuted the vicissitudes of the years.