The famous Tianxin Pavilion is one of the symbols of Changsha's famous city, Tianxin Pavilion composition. It was built 12 years before Qianlong (1749). The attic is situated on the ancient city plain of Changsha, which is more than 100 feet long. It is a place for poets and scholars of all dynasties to choose the best place to visit. It is supported by the main cabinet on the third floor of senior high school, assisted by the auxiliary cabinets on the left and right sides, and connected with the corridor in the middle. In the forty-second year of Qianlong reign of the Qing Dynasty (1777), Tongzhi reinvention lasted for four years (1865). It was destroyed in Changsha Fire in 1938 and rebuilt in 1938. Recorded a lot of memories, compose the history of Changsha this ancient city.
The ancient city wall, which has a history of 2200 years, is the only relic of Changsha. The Tianxin Pavilion is situated on it. During the reinvention of the Tianxin Pavilion in the reign of Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty, "the grandeur of the south of the polar city is gathered in the Si Pavilion", which is well-known in the world and has become a place for literati to compose and chant elegant poems. Today, parks at the bottom of the pavilion and under the ancient city walls have become places for local people to gather leisurely. You can go up to Tianxin Pavilion, feel the bronze guns and iron cannons of that year, appreciate the vicissitudes of history, then go to the north outer wall, appreciate the magnificent stone carvings, and feel the historical implications of the ancient city for thousands of years. Only 32 yuan is a little expensive...
Tianxin Pavilion is not far from Hunan No. 1 Normal University and can be visited together. Tickets are required to enter Tianxinge Park for 32 yuan for adults and 16 yuan for children. If you only play outside Tianxinge Park, you don't need to buy tickets, but you are still advised to buy tickets to visit Tianxinge Pavilion, overlooking the scenery of Changsha City. You can also walk on the walls of the ancient city of Changsha and watch the general gun in the red robe. Tianxinge Park is not big. It only takes about an hour to shoot and watch.
Tianxin Pavilion, a landmark building in Changsha. The wall of Ming Dynasty remains simple and magnificent. Unfortunately, the scorched earth war was carried out during the Anti-Japanese War, and 90 [% of the buildings in the city were destroyed by accident. For this reason, Chiang Kai-shek shot three senior officials and dismissed them and retained Zhang Zhizhong. The existing Tianxin Pavilion is to rebuild the building. After the Anti-Japanese War, the government of the Republic of China built a martyr tower and a martyr gate here to commemorate the War of Resistance. In addition, the Western Kingdom of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, Xiao Dynasty Gui, was killed under the cannon here. Parks are free of charge, additional charges are required for boarding the cabinet, and tickets are free for people over 70 years of age. It is one of the few scenic spots with a strong sense of history in Changsha. I took bus No. 311 and got off at Tianxinge Station. And across from Tianxinge is the only bamboo slips museum in the country. It is only a few hundred meters away from Baisha Gujing. It can be visited together.
Tianxin Pavilion, located in the southeast corner of the central area of Changsha, is an important scenic spot in Changsha and the only remaining symbol of the ancient city in Changsha. The ancient city of Changsha can be seen from a long view of the pavilion. It is known as Xiaoxiang Ancient Pavilion, a famous city in Qin and Han Dynasties. The original name of Tianxin Pavilion "Tianxin Pavilion" was the place where the ancients observed the stars and worshipped the gods. Tianxin Pavilion is comparable to Yueyang Pavilion, Yellow Crane Pavilion and Tengwang Pavilion, and is known as the symbol of the ancient city of Changsha. Tianxin Pavilion was built by Yang Xifu in the eleventh year of Qianlong (1746). Because of its high terrain, Tianxin Pavilion has become a necessary base for soldiers in order to attack and defend dangerous areas. In the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, the Xiwang Xiao Dynasty led the army to attack Changsha from here. There are still some gunholes left on the wall. In 1905, Sun Yat-sen and Huang Xing sent Chen Jiading, a member of the League in Japan, back to Hunan to organize the League organs, whose secret organs were once located in the Tianxin Cabinet. On July 27, 1930, Peng Dehuai led the Red Army of Workers and Peasants into Changsha, and also reported to the army at Tianxinge Pavilion. In 1938, when Changsha "Wenxi" fire broke out, Tianxin Pavilion became a shining tile. It was rebuilt in 1983.
Tianxin Pavilion is the tallest building in the old city. It has become the symbol of Changsha City by its height, and it has also become a place for soldiers to contend for. Tianxin Pavilion, formerly a watershed outside the city, is now in a busy city. You can imagine how fast Changsha City has developed these years. The name Tianxin Pavilion is said to be derived from the theory of astrology, just like Changsha's.
A very good old city wall is renovated, but it seems that you can still feel the history of that time when you come here. The Wenxi fire in 1938 burned for five days and five nights to resist the Japanese invasion. It is unforgettable that Mao Dad Huang Xing and others pointed out that the excitement and excitement of Jiangshan let me see is worth seeing. These places are not only for photography, but also like taking pictures.
Changsha first came to Tianxin Pavilion, Tianxin Park is free, but to go to Tianxin Pavilion requires tickets. The attic is not very high, the scenery is good, there are many cultural things. There is a good exhibition hall of Ming Lou in China, and it is also free to enjoy 4D movies, Guanyu and Changsha.
Passing by by car, I went in and looked up at the martyr gate, tower and pavilion. I could not help but admire the soldiers who died in the three wars against Japan and Changsha. The main cabinet of Tianxin Pavilion used to be a place for observing stars and offering sacrifices to gods. The Pavilion overlooks the beautiful scenery of Changsha.