The Wuzhangyuan Zhuge Liang Temple is located on the Wuzhangyuan Terrace in the south of Qishan County, Baoji City. The temple gate is gorgeous and spectacular with a vertical wooden inscription above the gate denoting the name of the temple. According to records, Zhuge Liang Temple was built in the early Yuan Dynasty, and repeatedly renovated and improved during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Most of the existing buildings were built in the Qing Dynasty. These include the temple door, Peifang Building and both of the Xiangfang Buildings. On the east and west sides of the entrance hall, replicas of Shu generals Wei Yan and Ma Wei stand guard. Inside the temple, Zhuge Liang’s "Chu Shi Biao" stone carving stands on exhibition, and there is also a stone carving of the founding emperor Zhu Yuanzhang’s commentary on Zhuge Liang.