滇国剑客Can use the name of ancient today's scenic spot, the scenic spot is definitely different. And here in the natural green flowers against the background, more show the natural scenery charm, many people love this "wild".
滇国剑客Huangliu Valley formed the vast masses of people love the scenic spots, also because the east of the waves to the Yellow River, formed a deep cultural heritage. Yellow River Longmen ancient ferry scenic spot, extremely beautiful scenery, attracted a large number of tourists.
行者On January 22, 1986, at 4 a.m. I took the train from Taiyuan to Houma. I met a fellow traveler from Yutsu to the aluminum factory. After getting off the train, we took the shuttle bus to the aluminum factory in the square in front of the station. At 8 a.m. I arrived at the Shanxi aluminum factory. On the morning of the 23rd, we visited the Kowloon Temple. Also known as Xuanwu Temple or Zhenwu Temple, the Kowloon Temple is located in the Jiufeng of Zijin Mountain in the northwest of Sanlixu, Hejin City, Shanxi Province, and is known as the Kowloon Temple. It looks east to Hugang, west to Longmen, south to Yishui, north pillow purple gold, three sides of empty, high and precipitous, and the old city is far from the opposite, is a Taoist temple. Kowloon temple was built in the late Yuan 1357 AD, more than 600 years since now. Kowloon temple total area of about 3,400 square meters, building area of about 2500 square meters. In 1981 6, the Kowloon temple was repaired under the support of the vice president of the National Political Consultative Conference, tsukuchibu (Shanxi Kazu) (the person of Kazu).
宝树堂The kanji is located outside Shuren village, Hejin City, where the couple lived, the mounds and the kitchens in the kanji are rebuilt at the end of the Ming and early Qing Dynasties. The white robe cave is built on the south side of the kanji, and the statue of the couple is built inside. The eastern wall of the cave is built with the monument of the Qing Dynasty Qianlong for six years.
205***61The national protection cultural relics in the center of the city, the wooden buildings in the Yuan Dynasty are well preserved, and they were rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty. They are a place for people to entertain. They are witnesses to the worship of mountain gods by people in Hejin and even Hedong and Central Plains since ancient times, condensing a thousand years of Chinese civilization.