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Lu's Golden Millet Dream Temple

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Ranked #7 in Handan Important Religious Institutions
Opening Soon Open from 9:00am-5:30pm
Recommended sightseeing time:2 hours
Huangliangmeng Village, Huangliangmeng Town, Handan CityMap

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Yu Huangliang Meng Lu Xianjuan, the beginning of the construction period is not known, according to historical documents and successive - maintenance inscriptions, the late Tang and early Song dynasties have Yu Yu, is negative energy according to the Tang and Tang Dynasty Shen Ji's legendary novel " pillow Zhongji" produced the famous dream classic "a pillow Huangqi" and Zhaojian, The existing buildings are the ancient buildings rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty in the year 1549 and continued in the Qing Dynasty. The area of 14000 square meters, is a group of preservation of the complete Taoist culture, dream culture, folk culture connotation, at the same time at home and abroad has a high visibility, its comprehensive value is rare in China.


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Located 10 kilometers north of Handan City, it was built in the Song Dynasty and was rebuilt and expanded in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Covering an area of about 20 acres, it is built according to the story of "Yellow Liang and a Dream", with a grand scale. The main buildings are the front courtyard, the middle courtyard, the Zhongli Hall, the Luzu Hall, and the Lusheng Hall. Lu Zu Hall is the main hall of Lu Xian Temple, with three rooms wide and deep, covered with a Xieshan-style glazed roof. There are statues of Lv Dongbin and a boy in the hall, and 5 inscriptions are inscribed on the two walls. In front of the hall are the worship hall and the platform, and on both sides are the East Queen Mother's Hall and the West Prince's Hall. After Lu Zu Hall arrived at Lu Sheng Hall, there was a large bluestone sculpture of Lu Sheng sleeping on his side, with a vivid image. There are murals painted on the east, west and north walls, depicting Lu Sheng's story of "the ultimate cause of wealth, honor and prosperity, and Huang Liang's dream for a lifetime". In the corridor in front of the hall, there are steles from the Ming and Qing dynasties.
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