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Jizi Temple

4.3/5
58 Reviews
Memorial Temple
Open Open from 7:30am-4:30pm
Address: Danyang, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu, China
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Jizi Temple is located in Yanling Town, Danyang City, Jiangsu Province. The famous Jizi Temple is not only famous monuments such as crossstones, Xiaoshui stones and Jihe Bridge, but also benefit from the unique and strange scenery of the Boiling well.

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Introduction

Jizi, or Jizha, was the fourth son of Shoumeng, the king of the state of Wu in the Spring and Autumn Period. Jizha was not only of noble character, but also a visionary politician and diplomat. Jizi Temple was built as a place for later generations to offer sacrifices to him. There are many places of interest within the temple, such as a stone cross, xiaoshui stones, and Jihe Bridge. One spectacular sight which the temple is famous for is its bubbling water wells. The bubbling water wells of Jizi temple are mainly distributed in the well pond in front of the temple. After famous names from past dynasties, such as Li Bai, Sa Dula, and Shen Deqian, came to visit the temple's wells, they were inspired to leave behind immortal poetry.
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