Zizhong Zhuangyuan Street was first built in the Yongxi period of the Northern Song Dynasty. Located in the ancient city of Panshi, Zizhong County, Sichuan Province, it was named after two champions (Zhao Kui in the Southern Song Dynasty and Luo Chengxiang in the Qing Dynasty) in this street.
This street has been around for many years. It should be a ban on fire. The government has maintained it. If there is a fire, it will continue to burn.
Students who want to take the high school and college entrance examination can really come to be happy.
Zizhou Confucius Temple Fair on Confucian Temple Street
Zizhong Zhuangyuan Street was first built in the Yongxi period of the Northern Song Dynasty. The reason for its name is that there were two champions in this street in history: the Southern Song Dynasty champion Zhao Kui and the Qing Dynasty champion Luo Chengxiang. Since Zhuangyuan Street is far away from the center of the county town, it did not attract the attention of developers when the county town was heavily built in the 1980s and 1990s when it demolished old buildings and built new buildings, so it was completely preserved. The street is 850 meters in length. The houses along the street are mainly southern dwelling-style buildings with Ming and Qing architectural styles. Most of them are front shops and back houses, some of which are traditional courtyard houses. Currently, the Red Army Courtyard, Sun Family Ancestral Hall, and Zhong Jia The ancestral halls and other courtyards are the few ancient buildings left in Zizhong County. Some complete ancient buildings such as Zizhong Temple and Wu Temple are also located on this street, which is the core area of Zizhong Ancient City Protection.
Zhuangyuan Street is famous for the residence of Luo Chengxiang, the last champion of the Qing Dynasty, but I don’t know where he lived, but the Confucian Temple on this street is worth a visit. The statue of Confucius in the temple is standing and belongs to Confucius in the Confucius Temple in the country. One of the two standing statues that can only stand, the other is in the hometown of Confucius. Because Changhong of Zizhong is the teacher of Confucius, Confucius is not qualified to sit here. There are many monuments in the Confucian Temple worth seeing.