Chengdu|Hundred yuan can get the same bamboo forest in Japan Lushan
In Wucheng, one of the very famous attractions in Chengdu, there is a net red punch card inside, very interesting! So when I was doing the Raiders, I took the destination mark
Wuhouyu tickets and sold them on the spot. When I went there, it was more than 4 o'clock in the afternoon. People are not many, go in and take a look. Looking at the history of things, listening to history while walking, I feel that I have another lesson
hidden in the middle of the green bamboo forest with a red wall, is the most famous "red wall bamboo shadow" in Chengdu, The road, the historical red wall, and the bamboo shadows are really beautiful! Some friends also said that they feel very similar to the bamboo forest in Lushan, Japan.
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Chengdu Wuhou Temple is the only monarch and palace in the country and the most prestigious Zhuge Liang, Liu Bei and Yi Han hero memorial sites. It is also the world's most influential museum of the Three Kingdoms Relics and has the reputation of Three Kingdoms Holy Land. From the main entrance, the first is to divide the Ming and Tang monuments. Tangbei brings together the articles of the famous prime minister of the Tang Dynasty, the calligraphy of the famous calligrapher Liu Gongxuan and the sharp carvings of the engraved workers, and is known as the "three monuments." Then there is the Hanzhao Emperor Temple, and then go back to Wuhou Temple and Sanyi Temple. Listening to the tour guide commented that the three places dedicated to Liu Bei, Zhuge Liang and Guan Yu. On the red wall of the Hanzhao Emperor Temple, there are two calligraphy sculptures, which are Zhuge Liang's "Former Teacher's Watch" and "After the Teacher's Watch". The article that was recited in our student era "has not died before the master, and the hero is full of tears." "" is the former teacher list.
Wuhou Temple has a good photo network red red wall trail
everyone remembers the story of San Gu Mao and Tao Yuan Jieyi, in Wuhou Temple, you can see the records of these words, feel the most primitive and pure historical accumulation . Wuhou Temple is an ancient Buddha. After years of baptism, it still stands there. The existence of Wuhou Temple is not because of the sacred high-end of Wuhou Temple itself, but because some people still remember such a place. A place that belongs to the culture of the Three Kingdoms.
Wuhou Temple also has a network red photo shooting point, that is listening to the bamboo forest and red wall of Heyuan, saying that the red wall of Wuhou Temple is very "later", so here is also A photo of the net red in Wuhou Temple.
If you want to take pictures of no one, you still have to wait patiently. After all, there are still many people, but this beautiful scenery is worth waiting for. The quiet stone road, there are red walls and green tiles, there are green bamboo matching, people are not For a long time, this is the quietest place in Wuhou Temple. It is quiet enough to hear insects and birds.
If you are interested in the culture of the Three Kingdoms, you can't miss Wuhou Temple when you come to Chengdu. Wuhou Temple is the only monarch and palace in China. It commemorates the famous Zhuge Liang, which was merged into the Han Zhaolie Temple during the Ming Dynasty. It is the most influential museum of the Three Kingdoms in the country. Wuhou Temple has always enjoyed the reputation of the Holy Land of the Three Kingdoms. There are many historical sites in the scenic area of Wuhou Temple. It is an important historical material for studying the history and culture of the Three Kingdoms.
now Wuhou Temple is also like a historical garden, and it has entered the gate of Wuhou Temple. You can see a small path with lush jungles on both sides, bringing an elegant atmosphere to the entire road. Going forward, you can see the Wenchen Gallery and the Wushu Gallery. There are many historical figures and enrich the historical relics in the temple. It is a major feature of Wuhou Temple.
Going forward is the main hall of the Han Zhaolie Temple, which is Liu Beidian. The "Yue Shao Gao Guang" written by Yan Chongshi of the Qing Dynasty is the highest praise for Liu Bei. Walking out of Liu Beidian, I saw the real Wuhou Temple, which is Zhuge Liang Temple. Du Fu said, "Wuhou Temple is always close, and the same monarch and ministers are the same." Here, I really feel the sentiment of Zhuge Liang's life.
The most impressive thing about me is Huiling. The mausoleum of the Han Dynasty and the Han Zhao Lie Emperor Liu Bei, the wife of Mrs. Gan and the Queen of Mu, were buried here. It was the only preserved mausoleum in the Three Kingdoms period. Walking on the red wall of Huiling, I can't believe that the mound in the red wall is the tomb of Liu Zhao, the emperor of Han Zhao. Surrounded by red brick walls, the bamboo cypresses are hidden, and the famous "red wall bamboo shadow" in Chengdu's famous Jinguan is also the most tender part of the solemn Wuhou Temple. I felt that I had returned to the Three Kingdoms era.
Travel Notes No. 7
Wuhou Temple commemorates Zhuge Liang, the prime minister of the Shu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms Period. When it was first constructed, it was adjacent to Liu Bei’s Han Zhao Lie Temple, but It was later incorporated into the Han Zhao Lie Temple during the Ming Dynasty and became a rare temple in China that commemorates both a ruler and his subordinates in a same compound. The cultural relics area is composed of Huiling Mausoleum, Han Zhaolie Temple, Wuhou Temple and Sanyi Temple. The main building is Wuhou Temple, which enshrines Liu Bei, Zhuge Liang and other heroes of Shu-Han Kingdom. Chengdu's famous landscape "Red Wall and Shadows of Bamboo" is also in the scenic area. Do take some photos when you are there!
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West Area of Wuhou Shrine Museum
Wu Hou Shrine
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