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Ancestral Hall of Han Huan Hou
汉桓侯祠

4.4/5
267 Reviews
Memorial Temple
Opening Soon Open from 03/18-12/31,9:00am-5:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 2 hours
Address: Langshui Middle Rd, Langzhong Shi, Nanchong Shi, Sichuan Sheng, China, 637400
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Phone: 400-100-9255

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Han Henghou Temple also called Zhang Fei Temple, is Zhang Fei's crown tomb, because after the death of Zhang Fei after the filial piety, it is named. The Tang Dynasty was called "Zhang Hou Temple", the Ming Dynasty was called "Xiong Wei Temple", and the Qing Dynasty was called "Min Hou Temple". The Han Dynasty was carefully laid out and uniquely constructed, with both majestic and spectacular style and elegant and elegant, and it was an important cultural relic of the Three Kingdoms, which was a constant flow of tourists. The East wing is called Lingyi Hall, equipped with "Whiplash Duyou", "Ancient City Association", "Dangyang Bridge", "Yishi Yanyan", "Zhanma Chao", "Lima Leming", "Tiger minister good pastoral" and other large group carvings, showing Zhang Fei's life performance.

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The Ancestral Hall of Han Huan Hou is also known as Zhang Fei Temple and previously known as Xiongwei Temple during the Ming Dynasty. It is one of the National Key Cultural Relics, making up one of the outstanding monuments dating from the Three Kingdoms period. Zhang Fei was one of the “Five Tiger Generals” in Shu-Han during the Three Kingdoms period. After Liu Bei occupied Sichuan, Zhangfei was the governor of the region and served as the prefecture chief of Langzhong, Baxi. During his 7 years in Langzhong, Zhangfei protected the region and also aided the farm development. In 221 AD, Zhang Fei was murdered by his subordinates, Zhang Da and Fan Qiang, and was buried in Langzhong. Zhang Fei was a respected man and after his death the people built the hall in his honor.
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