When I came to Yuquan Guan, I found Yuquan and bought a glass of well water to drink a bit of salt. I saw ancient buildings and arborvitae in the painting view of several painters. There are more than 30 Taoist priests in the small Taoist temples, and the Yuquan Temple who bought the tickets wrote about charity everywhere.
There are not many people in this attraction. You need to climb a flight of stairs, and you really have a way to live in Guanli.
Yuquan Temple, the first temple on Longshang, was an ideal place for Taoist activities as early as the Han Dynasty. In the early Tang Dynasty, Taoism Temple was built and prospered for a while, but it was destroyed in the late Song Dynasty. It was rebuilt in the Yuan Dynasty and repaired and expanded in the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties. So here you can see the three generations of buildings in the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, accompanied by thousands of years and hundreds of years of arborvitae, majestic palaces, lush ancient trees, reflecting each other's brilliance, and each has its own joy. The existing ``Simian Daoliu Stele of Yuan Dynasty'' in Guannei is praised as a'national treasure' by cultural relic experts. It was enacted in the sixth year of Dade in the Yuan Dynasty. "The picture of the true ancestor" and other things related to the Quanzhen School of Taoism are extremely rare in China and have extremely high historical and artistic value. There is also a stele of Zhao Mengfu's poems and books. There are four poem steles containing four five-character quatrains by the great calligraphers Zhao Mengfu of the Yuan Dynasty in cursive scripts such as Tang Li Bai and Wei Yingwu, and Wang Anshi of the Song Dynasty. The stele was engraved in the 29th year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty. Zhao Mengfu's calligraphy art treasures. There are several ancient monuments in the monument gallery, but the handwriting is too illegible for ordinary people to distinguish. Taoism is the native religion of China. It was born in Si and grew up in Si. There are countless famous Taoism mountains. There are also many records of Taoist people. There is no shortage of legendary stories like this in Yuquan Temple. Whether it is true or false, in the hometown of Emperor Xi, the breeze is bright and sunny. Visiting the road, traveling in Xiulin Meihe, the tree is quiet, and the heaven is not known to the world, it is not also happy.