Mengcheng Confucian Temple, I remember I came to see the exhibition when I was in primary school. It was then called the Cultural Relics Bureau or the office of the Civil and Military Management Office. Also called the Confucius Temple, built in the Yuan Dynasty, 1284. Provincial-level cultural relics protection units!
Confucian temples exist all over the country, but in short, they are connected with the ancestors of culture, and the form and pattern are similar. However, the Confucian Temple here has more Hui-style buildings, and there are some differences in architectural form.
The Temple of Literature is a good place! The symbol of culture, the embodiment of cultural relics, the square is a good place to relax.
It’s really not bad here, the scenery is beautiful, it’s very nice, very distinctive, I like to come
The Mengcheng Confucian Temple, also known as the Confucian Temple, is located on Zhouyuan Road, Mengcheng County, Anhui Province. It was a place for worshipping Confucianism, performing ceremonies and running schools in the feudal era. From the front to the back, the Confucian Temple is the Lingxingmen, Panchi, and Panqiao (above to be built), Dachengmen and Dachengdian. The Lingxingmen is directly opposite to Qingqu Street, which means "Ping Qingyun". There is a well on the southwest side of the Lingxing Gate, the holy well "Holy Well Ganquan" is one of the eight scenic spots in Mengcheng. Dachengmen connects the famous eunuch in the east and Xiangxian in the west. On both sides of the Dacheng Hall, there are collaborators, the east of the hall is the Jiexiao Temple, and the west of the hall is the Zhongyi Temple. The east courtyard is Wenchang Pavilion, and the west courtyard is Minglun Hall.