Nanjing Jiuhua Mountain is named after the word "Jiuhua" in the name of the Xiaojiuhua Temple built in the south of the mountain. Jiuhua Mountain in Nanjing has changed its name several times in history, because the side of the lake is steep and steep, like a capsized boat, which was called capsized Zhoushan in ancient times. In ancient geomantic omen, mountains like boats are a symbol of auspiciousness. It can not be seen how big it is from the entrance of the temple. After entering the temple, the whole way up is bright and bright. The scenery on the mountain is beautiful and the atmosphere is peaceful. It is really quiet in the bustle. It feels like a peach garden in the world. Jiuhua Mountain Park is located at No. 20, Jiuhua Mountain, Xuanwu District, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province. It overlooks Zijin Mountain in the east, Xuanwu Lake in the north, Beijing East Road in the south, Jiming Temple in the west, Ming City Wall in the north and Fuguishan Mountain in the east. It is the first hill on which Zhongshan Yumai enters the city in the west.
The free park is located near Xuanwu Lake. There is Xuanzang Temple. Xuanzang's bones are buried in the Sanzang Pagoda on the mountain. The two viewing platforms have a good view. You can see the ancient Ming City Wall and Xuanwu Lake. There is also a giant turtle in the park.
Tickets are free, there are Xuanzang Temple, worship Tang monks. After climbing Xuanzang Tower, you can see the ancient city wall and Xuanwu Lake in Nanjing. The scenery is beautiful. There is the entrance of the ancient city wall in Nanjing. The ticket price is 30. The old people are half-price. From this entrance, climbing the city wall to Xuanwu Lake Park can enjoy the beautiful scenery of left and right, which is very valuable.
Jiuhua Mountain Park, formerly known as Fuzhoushan, is named after the shape of a mountain like a boat. There is Xuanzang Pagoda inside, overlooking the Xuanwu Lake at the top of the mountain. Located near Taiping Gate on Beijing East Road, the alley enters. It's not very conspicuous. The ticket is 10 yuan. It has beautiful scenery and super high performance-price ratio. It is a good place for sightseeing, leisure and summer resort.
Jiuhua Mountain Park is the same name as Jiuhua Mountain, one of the four famous Buddhist mountains in Anhui Province. Metro Line 4 goes directly to Jiuhuashan Station. The most beautiful part of the park is to lean against a pile of rubble to see the Ming Wall and the Xuanwu Lake under the city.
Beside the wall of Mingcheng City in Nanjing, near the Xuanwu Lake Plate, the geographical location makes the scenery here very beautiful. Underneath the mountain is Xuanzang Temple and Tibetan Hall. Upon the top of the mountain, the largest bronze statue of Xuanzang in China can be seen. It reflects the scene of his going west to collect funds. It is very spectacular! There is a Bell Pavilion on the top of the mountain, also known as the Six Harmony Pavilion. And the Tibetan Pagoda, very beautiful, there are many believers coming to transport! Mountaintop view can overlook the scenery of Xuanwu Lake, the key here is free!
Although sparrows are small and have all kinds of internal organs, their origins are not small. Look at the pictures behind them, we can see that the most important thing is that there are few tourists. They are all local people who exercise here, and they have no commercial taste. I recommend them.
Nanjing Jiuhua Mountain, 61 meters above sea level, covers an area of 12.9 hectares, overlooking Zhongshan in the east, Xuanwu Lake in the north, adjacent to the urban area in the South and Jiming Temple in the west. The ancient city walls of the Ming Dynasty are mountainous, with beautiful lakes and mountains. The towers of the great city are shadows, temples are in the mountains, towers are on the top of the mountains, lakes are on the side of the mountains, and cities are under the mountains. It is quiet and quiet in the busy city. Jiuhua Mountain Park is located in the east of the city. Jiuhua Mountain is the first hill in the west of Zhongshan Remains. It is separated by the Ming City Wall in the north and adjacent to Xuanwu Lake. Its side is steep and steep, like a capsized boat. It was called Overthrowing Zhoushan in ancient times.