Qufu Confucius Temple.
Red wall, turret, glazed tile, with blue sky and everything to grow, very pleasing to the eye.
I hope that people will live forever, and in a season where everything is growing, the world is always full of goodwill.
Shandong has an ancient architectural complex, which is the same as the Forbidden City in Beijing. It has been 2497 years
Shandong Qufu. It is the hometown of Confucius, a great thinker and educator in ancient China. This city is famous for its Confucius. It is the Confucius Temple, located next to the Drum Tower in the center of Qufu, which is nearly 2,500 years old.
Confucius Temple is an important part of the "three holes" of the world cultural heritage. Confucius Temple is a temple built to worship Confucius. It is widely distributed in the whole country and even in Asia. Qufu Confucius Temple is the largest Confucius Temple in the country, covering an area of 327 acres.
As early as 1994, Sankong was listed as a World Cultural Heritage and enjoys a high reputation internationally. Confucius Temple is also known as the Three Ancient Buildings in China with the Forbidden City in Beijing and the Chengde Mountain Resort.
Qufu Confucius Temple is also the earliest Confucius Temple in the world. It was built in 478 BC and has a long history of 2497 years. The predecessor of Confucius Temple was the former residence of Confucius, which was established in the second year after the death of Confucius.
The existing ancient buildings in the Confucius Temple were mainly built in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. They were built in the style of the Forbidden City in Beijing. There are 464 temples, temples and gates in the temple. The building uses a royal yellow glazed tile with a red wall.
The opening of the Western Han Dynasty emperor Liu Bang, created the emperor's first visit to Confucius. Since then, countless emperors have come to Qufu to worship Confucius, and the emperor has added a nickname to Confucius. The status of Confucius has also increased, and the size of the Confucius Temple has become larger and larger.
Confucius Temple is Qufu's most famous tourist attraction with a lot of tourists. There are not only solemn ancient buildings, but also ancient trees and forests, and a deep cultural heritage. The architect Liang Sicheng called the Qufu Temple as an "orphan" in the history of world architecture. Next to the
Confucius Temple is Confucius, the residence of the descendants of the ancestors of Confucius. Konglin in the north of the city is the cemetery of the Kong family, and it is also the most visited by Qufu.
Confucius Temple is a temple building that worships Confucius. There are more than 3,000 temples in the world, which can be seen everywhere in the country. It shows that Confucius has great influence on Chinese culture. Among all the Confucius Temples, one is the largest and the oldest, and is the Confucius Temple in Confucius.
The Qufu of Shandong Province was the capital of the Lu State in the Spring and Autumn Period more than 2,000 years ago. It has already lost its ancient aura, but it has been made by the "three-hole" tourism. The three holes refer to the three attractions of Confucius Temple, Confucius and Konglin.
Qufu Confucius Temple is located in the city center. As the earliest Confucius Temple in the world, it was established in the second year of Confucius' death (478 BC), nearly 2,500 years ago. The dynasties have been continuously built and expanded, and a huge ancient architectural complex covering an area of 327 acres has been formed. It is the same as the Beijing Forbidden City and Chengde Mountain Resort. It is also known as the three ancient buildings in China.
Qufu Confucius Temple is one of the most influential cultural heritages in China. It was listed as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO as early as 1994. Originally, this Confucius Temple was built on the basis of the former residence of Confucius. Most of the existing buildings were built during the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Confucius Temple before and after the nine courtyards, there are more than 460 temples, temples and gates. It is surrounded by red walls and four corners with turrets. It is built in the style of the Forbidden City in Beijing.
Qufu, the hometown of Confucius, once the ancient capital of Lu, has the reputation of the Eastern Jerusalem. The name of Qufu is inextricably linked with Confucius. The famous "three holes" is also a classic that can't be missed when traveling to Qufu.
"Three holes" refers to Confucius Temple, Confucius and Konglin. The Confucius Temple is a temple dedicated to Confucius. It is also known as the "Salli to the Holy Temple". It was built in the 17th year of Lu Aigong. It has been rebuilt and repaired for thousands of years. It is the precedent and model of thousands of Confucius Temples at home and abroad. Confucius is located on the east side of the Confucius Temple. It is the residence of the eldest son of Confucius. The existing Confucian government is the new government of the imperial court when the Ming Dynasty was the fifty-fifth century Sun Kong Kejian of Confucius. In the 16th year of Hongzhi, he was ordered to rebuild after the fire. Kong Lin is the largest family cemetery in the world. Since Confucius, the children and grandchildren have been buried and buried, and there are more than 100,000 tombs.
If the ancient culture is too deep to say that visiting the scenic spot can not appreciate its deep meaning, then the gongs and drums closing ceremony held outside the Qufu ancient city wall every evening at sunset will make this historical sense more intuitive. With the order of the defending city officials, the drums and flags were displayed, and then the soldiers went out of the city to line up. A green-colored defending city official walked out of the city gate to announce the closure of the city gate. The noise of the day is also the sound of gold.
The Temple of Confucius was converted from his residence and is famous in China as a place to make offerings to the scholar. The temple is enormous, covering nine courtyards. The majestic complex includes over one hundred structures lined up facing each other along the central pathway. Today, offerings to Confucius are still continuously being made here, and scheduled major music and dance events draw many people who dress in traditional Chinese dress and come to worship Confucius.
Attractions Near Temple of Confucius
Temple of Yan Hui
Museum of the Chinese Han Dynasty Inscriptions in Qufu