The Confucian Temple of Zhangzhou is located in the old city of Zhangzhou, Jiangxi Province, No. 16 Houde Road. It is the largest and most complete preservation of ancient county school site, provincial-level cultural relics protection unit. The most of the buildings preserved in the Confucian Temple were built during the Qianlong years of Qing Dynasty, and they were all well preserved. The main buildings of the Confucian Temple - Dacheng Hall, 15 meters high, magnificent, with remarkable characteristics of South of the Fujian. After that, there were three major buildings such as Daisei mon gate, Daiseiden hall and sosei ki, and it was designated as a cultural relics protection unit of Jiangxi province in 1987. In May 2004, when repairing, discovered the Qing Dynasty Qianlong years Zhang Zhaocheng built "Yuelong Bridge" and "Yuelong Pool", one bridge and one pond to see the sky. Confucian temple west, also preserved a complete Qing Dynasty Wu Temple Chongyao building, the temple originally dedicated to Guan Yu and other gods. This kind of civil and military, coexisting with a civil and military temple architecture pattern, rare in China. Confucian temples of the building group, mainly built on the main axis, and by the wall combined with the building form a courtyard. Between the Dacheng Gate and the Hall, the roofs of the building were connected by the Dongguan, the famous shrine and the township, and a courtyard with southern architectural features was formed. In this square, there is a archway called the "Krypton Gate". After the comet gate, is two middle pond, called "dianchi pool", past children school, called "into the pupa". Now Houde Road primary school is located in it, especially fortunately. This is the school should have the environment!
This time I returned to Ganzhou, and I wanted to take my son who was just in the first grade to Ganzhou Confucian Temple. I hope he can study hard and become a useful talent in the future. The Confucian Temple in Ganzhou is opposite to Ganzhou No. 1 Middle School. It has a long history and began in the Tang Dynasty. At present, the main buildings are all built during the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty and are listed as national key cultural relics protection units.
It has been closed for maintenance since February 19, and there has been no news of its opening. Looking at the dust and building materials inside, there is no need to expect much speed. The scale is not small, and there are not many temples in Tianwen Temple that surpass here. It is said to be the highest-level and the widest in Jiangxi Province. The most rare thing is that it has been preserved as a whole, and I don't know how it survived that year. There is an elementary school on the side, which is blown by the wind all day long, and the children's grades must not be too bad.
Strong historical and cultural atmosphere. Luzhou is especially suitable for living
Zhuangyuan [view]. Nice environment with a long history
Ganzhou Confucian Temple is located in the southeast of the old city, on the north side of the east section of Houde Road. It is the largest and best-preserved ancient county school site in Jiangxi Province. It is a provincial cultural protection unit.
The Confucian Temple was once a Ziji Temple in the Tang Dynasty, and was changed to the Dazhong Xiangfu Palace in the Song Dynasty. The county school was founded in the Emperor You period. The Confucian Temple originally occupies an area of about 10,000 square meters, and the entire building complex is divided into three groups, which are laid out in parallel axes. At present, most of the buildings were built during the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty and are well-preserved, including Dachengmen, Dacheng Hall, Chongsheng Temple, Kuixing Pavilion, Jiexiao Temple, etc. Among them, Dacheng Hall is the main building of the Confucian Temple, which is 15 meters high and imposing. Magnificent, with obvious characteristics of southern Jiangxi.