The second time I came to the Wangye Temple, which is theoretically a monument, my friend said that the temple dedicated to General Yangyao, the king of Zhenjiang, who was a Taoist, was the water god believed in by the Cao Bang in ancient times. I also said that this temple was magical. In the past, the floods were flooded around. Only this temple is fine. Now it is no longer a temple. It became a tea house, and drinking tea there was still quite freehand. 😅
The traffic on the street of Wangye Temple is blocked by a red wall of Wangye Temple. The Wangye Temple is very simple and simple. Of course, it is not only the building. It can be seen at a glance that the second floor is a stage, and even the tea sets are covered bowls and glasses. Yes, don't have some wild fun.
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A building in the center of the river has a very beautiful view. It is a cultural relics protection unit. There are no tickets, but after entering, there is a tea house operating.
It is easy to lose information in remote cities. Who designed this place and why it was built is unknown in historical materials. It is speculated from the degree of weathering of the roof and the architectural style that it was in the middle and late Qing Dynasty. The local old people said it was to pay homage to the river god. Unfortunately, the dove occupied the magpie's nest, and the inside was now a tea house, and the local government didn't know what it was doing.