Ganluyan Temple ～ Shanxi Suspension Temple "Three Ponytails hanging in the air", and here only by a 30-meter high "Cunqu King" "a pillar inserting into the ground, not fake tiles" [strong] to visit, all breathtaking. The whole of the Great Golden Lake Scenic Area, even the whole of Taining, among all the attractions, this is the most worthwhile place to visit. So if the time is not very adequate, Dajinhu need not buy more than 200 long-line cruise tickets (6 hours), many attractions are chicken ribs, as long as buy a short-paid cruise ticket including Manlu Temple (2, 3 hours) is all right.
Take a cruise to visit Taining Dajin Lake, the first stop is Ganluyan Temple. Ganluyan Temple is located on the west bank of Taining Jinhu Lake, on the west side of Long Beach Humanoid Mountain. It is the most prestigious Yansiyan Temple in Taining. From a long distance, Ganluyan Temple is hidden in the deep red rock. The red rock on the left is like a huge mouth. The "bell" on the right is like a giant "drum" that is unique in the world; Ganlu Temple is between these bells and drums, so there is a saying called "right drum and left bell, temple (miao) in it" .
Taining Jinhu, followed the team many years ago. The water is crystal clear. Sitting on the boat 🚢, I felt really comfortable. 🐟The children are in groups, and you can touch the fish with every hand. The temple on the precipice can be said to be extraordinary workmanship. Unspeakable shock.
Feeling the biggest highlight of the three battles of the Great Golden Lake, it is a southern hanging temple, well worth a visit!
The Ganluyan Temple in Fujian has a unique architecture, comparable to the Hanging Temple of Hengshan.
"Lan Ruo is in the air, how heavy is Yunshan;
The waterfall flows thousands of feet to practice, and the crane rests in Wukesong.
Xiaoyu's Buddhist room is black, and frosty forest leaves are red;
The cliff looked back, thinking about the former peak. "
This is a poem written by Zou Shu, a scholar of the Song Dynasty, on the gate of Ganluyan Temple, "Lan Ruo", that is, the temple.
Manlu Rock is a natural cave with a narrow inside and an open outside. It is about 80 meters high and 30 meters deep, in an inverted triangle shape. In the sixteenth year of Song Shaoxing (AD 1146), the monk Lun Ning built a temple on the rock wall, turning the geographical disadvantage into an architectural advantage, and using a single tree to lift the sky to solve the problem of wide and narrow rock formations. One pillar fell to the ground, and four pavilions were built on it. The entire double-edged Xieshan-style stacked pavilions, including Shangdian, Mirage, Guanyin Pavilion, Nan'an Pavilion, and other buildings, are supported by one column, and no tiles are needed on the top. Unique. All the buildings of the temple are made of wood, connected by T-shaped arches, without a nail.
The upper and lower part of the Ganlu Cave is composed of conglomerate, and the middle layer is sandstone. The spring water filtered and exuded by the rock strata in the temple is as sweet and sweet as nectar, so the temple is called Ganluyan Temple.
According to textual research, in the 12th century, the Japanese Master Chongyuan visited Fujian. After returning to China, he used a large number of "insert arches" in the construction of the world-famous Great Buddha Hall at Todaiji Temple in Nara. It was a T-shaped arch sampled from the nectar. In the 1950s, Ganluyan Temple was listed as a provincial cultural relics protection unit. In the early 1960s, the monks and nuns in the temple accidentally burnt down the entire temple with fire. The current building was rebuilt in 1964 according to the original architectural style.