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Top Things to do In Ganquan 2021



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Jiezhou Guandi TempleNearby City

Jiezhou Guandi Temple

4.7/51,274 Reviews
Open from 4/1-10/31,8:00am-6:00pm;Open from 11/1-3/31,9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"I came to Yuncheng for the first time on a business trip. After I finished my work, I searched the surrounding area. I realized that it was the hometown of Guan Gong. Guan Gong Temple in Jiezhou (hai) was a must-check attraction. I would leave early with my colleagues. I don’t need to buy tickets on weekdays. Scan the code. Can enter. The overall building is antique and many details are particularly beautiful, which makes people have to admire the superb skills of q craftsmen. The most impressive are all kinds of stone lions and bronze lions, which are cute and lovely in style, which is especially rare. There are two places where you can get incense, and I came here to pay respect and work smoothly in the coming year. One is the Chongning Hall. The sharpening stone in front of the hall is really big. The footprint on the right is very interesting. The huge one. The tour guide said that stepping on the big footprints of Guan Gong in those days means stepping up. Two cats squatted in front of the tripod, very comfortable. There is also an ancient sinking tree, which looks like stone but not stone, or wood but not wood. Every scenic spot here has a special meaning, it is worth listening to the explanation and strolling around. The other is Guandi Zu Temple. Standing in front of the Qi Su Qianqiu plaque, you can see that the four trees behind are just forming a dragon from a distance. Everything is spiritual. The unpruned branches and leaves naturally form this unique landscape, which also shows that Emperor Guan has his own. The air of the emperor. There is also an imperial garden at the end, which is very big, and there is no time to go around. If you take a good stroll around the whole attraction, it will take about two hours, which is very worth seeing." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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