Yanguan Haitang and Haishen Temple, the place where the ancient Chinese people worshiped the sea, is located in the south gate of Yanguan Town, Haining City, Zhejiang Province, the age of its construction can not be considered. Yanguan Haitang and Haishen Temple, the existing sea ponds for the Qing Dynasty re-repair. Existing buildings include Tianfeng Haitao Pavilion, Zhanyan Pagoda (now known as Zhenhai Pagoda), Zhongshan Pavilion, Zhenhaitang Iron Cow. The Yanguan Haitang is a stone sea pond, the construction structure is complex, one of the three major water conservancy projects in ancient China. The Haishen Temple is a government building, is an important part of the sea pond. It is located at 150 Chunxi Road, Yanguan Town, and covers an area of about 2.7 million square meters. The Haishen Temple is the largest official building relic in Jiangnan Province, showing the fine craftsmanship and perfect artistic modeling of ancient artisans, and is the crystallization of the wisdom and art of the working people of China.
From the introduction of the stone stele at the door, I learned that this temple is not simple, it has a lot of background. Even more pleasantly after shopping. The emperor's plaque in the main hall confirms its rank, which is much taller than ordinary temples. At the back of the temple is the Emperor Yongzheng and Qianlong Emperor's Double Emperor Stele, which is also a major attraction. So many royal elements seem to be in the Forbidden City.
Haishen Temple is located at the east end of Chunxi Road, Yanguan Town, Haining City, Zhejiang Province. Hearing its name, curiosity drove to visit here, although it looks like a calm and ordinary temple now. But a few years ago, the legend of the identity of the sea god was hidden here. There are five imperial plaques given by the four emperors of the Qing Dynasty and the double yellow imperial plaques of the father and son of Yongzheng and Qianlong. It feels very magnificent. It has been renovated many times, and the historical background of the story can be seen through the traces of the years, which is very suitable for short trips.
After the tour, I am very interested in the design of Tanah Lot Temple and the overall layout is very particular. The entire temple is in the form of a quadrangle courtyard, divided into nine courtyards, all of which are Qing Dynasty palace-style buildings. There is Tianhou Palace on the east side, the front of the palace is the Zhai Hall, the back is the Daoyuan, the west is the Thunder Temple, the back is a pond, and a platform is built on the pond. Crossing the bridge is Gaoxuan, Xuanxi is the resting place of Taoist priests, and later there are stage, Shuixian Pavilion, open hall, penthouse, etc. It is a rare palace-style building in the south of the Yangtze River.
Because it was a weekend, I only played for one day, and the round trip time was relatively short. I only went to a few famous attractions. The first stop is the Tanah Lot Temple. Walk into the temple and look around. The ancient-style buildings in the Jiangnan courtyard show the vicissitudes of the years due to the long history. After the late autumn, golden yellow leaves floated all over the ground. Seeing this scenery, I instantly remembered an ancient poem by Su Shi: Looking back, there has always been a bleak place, and there is no wind or rain.
Jiaxing Haishen Temple is also known as The God of the Sea with a history of 300 years. Worshipper comes here to worship the God of the tide and the sea.
Preston_Dominguez: No.1 Guyi Road, Yanguan Town, Haining City, Jiaxing City
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Haining Yanguan Tourist Resort,Haining Tide,Jiaxing Chen Gelao House,Jiaxing Haishen Temple,Guanchao Shengdi Park