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About Laizhou

Laizhou City is located in the northwest of the Liaodong Peninsula, facing Laizhou Bay and the Bohai Sea on the west. Major tourism destinations include Yunfeng (“Cloud Peak”) Mountain, Daji (“Large Base”) Mountain, Qianfoge (千佛阁 - “Thousand Buddha Pagoda”), and Huangjin (“Golden”) Beach. In addition to its natural scenery, Laizhou has many ancient sites of interest. Laizhou has been visited by many famous historical figures, who memorialized the place in word and poetry, including Qin dynasty founder Qin Shi Huang, General Han Xin, Emperor Wu of Han, Emperor Taizu of Song, and the poets Su Dongpo and Li Qingzhao. Laizhou also has many cultural destinations like the Suanyuanzi Neolithic archaeological site and the ruins of Shang era Shaqiucheng (商沙丘城).

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Daji Mountain
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Daji Mountain is one of the five famous mountains in China. It is the birthplace of Taoist culture. From the Qin Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty, Taoism has been cultivated in this valley. Therefore, the locals call it Taoist Valley. Dajishan Taoist Valley is also a great valley in the country. The preciousness of Daji Mountain is the carved stone cliffs from the valley to the top of the mountain. The main engraved stone is “Dengda Jishan Poetry” and “Zhongming Altar”. It is integrated with Yunfengshan Zhengdaozhao and is famous at home and abroad. The mountains of the Daji Mountain are densely forested, the mountains are steep, the air quality is wonderful, and the scenery is pleasant.
Mount Gu
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Mount Gu is located in Laizhou, Yantai City. It is also called Mount Yuntou because the peak is relatively flat yet the path up is treacherous. From the side, the mountain seems like a sleeping beauty; hence, locals call it Xiunu Peak and Longnu Peak. The mountain is full of strangely shaped rocks and peaks, which have become attractions such as Shizhangren, Shiguiqiuyu, the natural stone sculpture of Han Xin, and Hanxin Dianjiangtai.
Chashan Scenic Area
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Chashan Scenic Area is located to the north of Pingdu City in Qingdao. The mountain is a great tourist and religious destination, featuring beautiful stones, springs, flowers and temples. There are several special attractions in Chashan that are well worth a visit. There is the Chashan Reclining Buddha with its natural yin-yang symmetry, the Prajna Temple Nanshan Statue, Pranja Temple Buddhism Pilgrimage and a special area for Buddhist prayer.
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Nishan Academy, also known as Nishan Birthday School, is a temple dedicated to Confucius. Nishan Academy and Shu Academy, Shimen Academy, Chunqiu Academy are also known as Qufu Four College. There are two stone monuments on the outside of the door. One is the Ming Dynasty, and the four characters of the "Nishan Academy" are engraved on the door. One is the monument of the "Secretary of the Confucius of the Emperor of the Yuan Dynasty". The first gate of the Nishan Academy is called Xingxingmen. It was built in the high-standard form during the 27th year of Qing Daoguang (1847). There was a king under the original spirit, and now it is gone. There is a stone tablet and a tablet pavilion on the west side of the door. The stone tablet records the process of Hong Kong businessman Guo Yuxiang donating money to repair the temple in 1924. Unfortunately, it was destroyed in a special period. Some of the handwritings that are still preserved are still vigorous and very beautiful. The second door is called Dachengmen. There are three main halls and three hatchbacks in the door. There are more than ten stone monuments in the Yuan, Ming, Qing and the Republic of China during and outside the temple. It is an important material for understanding the history of the birthplace of Confucius and its architectural complex. Emperor Kangxi wrote the book "The Master of the Emperor of the Thousands of Heaven, the Table of the World's People" for the Confucius Temple. In the Confucius Temple of Nishan, there is a statue of Confucius wearing a crown of twelve beads. This is the number that the emperor can wear. Because he is a "king of the king", there is no land, no people, as long as human history and culture exist, the power of his throne It will always exist. The Guanchuan Pavilion at the east side of the Nishan Academy is located in the Yuan Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty. It is a memorial to the pavilion in 1336. The pavilion is a wooden frame structure with no arches and single ash tiles. Rest on the top of the mountain. Standing on the telescope platform in front of the Guanchuan Pavilion, you can see the Yanmu Mountain named after the Confucius mother Yan Zheng. The river flowing at the foot of the Yanmu Mountain is the Weihe River. Looking south is the Nishan Reservoir. Also known as Confucius Lake. According to legend, Confucius is here to see Zhiyuan River, Fuzi River, Zhangma River, Yanmu River, Tianhuang River, Wuchuan Confluence, and Linchuan sigh, "The Analects of Confucius": "Zi Shangchuan: The Deceased Husband, staying up late." The legendary Confucius was born or caved by a tiger--the Fuzi Cave. There is a stone monument in front of the cave, which is under the cliff on the east side of Guanchuan Pavilion. It is also called "Kun Ling Cave". It is a natural stone room with natural stone beds in the cave. "The stone pillows in the middle stone bed are all natural, and they are not movable."
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