The second time I came here, it was not the same as before. Some exhibits were all in ash. I also encountered renovations in the courtyard, and individual exhibition halls were not opened, and the feelings were not as deep as the first time. The greening is very good.
The Tingzhou Examination Institute is a place for scholars to take the imperial examinations in the eight counties under the jurisdiction of Tingzhou. The hall in the middle of the entrance is the lobby of the test center. The restored houses on both sides are the original test rooms. The house behind the lobby is the accommodation place for the students, recruiters, and invigilators sent from above. The Tingzhou Test Yard is the representative building of ancient Tingzhou as the cultural center of eight counties in western Fujian.
As soon as I walked into the museum, I was faced with the "old site of the Tingzhou Experimental Institute". It is located on the central axis of the historic buildings in the ancient city of Tingzhou, and the construction of the ancient city of Tingzhou is spreading to both sides. The Tingzhou Trial Institute occupies an area of more than 10,000 square meters, and consists of a gate tower, an empty floor, a lobby, a back hall, a side room, and a bungalow. The building is simple and elegant, the environment is elegant, and the scale is magnificent. Founded in the Song Dynasty, it was the site of the Tingzhou Forbidden Army Office, the former site of the Tingzhou Health Department in the Yuan Dynasty, and the Tingzhou Examination Center in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It was a place for talents in the eight counties under the jurisdiction of Tingzhou.
Come to the museum and have a better understanding of the local history.
The Tingzhou Experimental Institute is co-located with the Fujian Provincial Soviet Government and Changting County Museum, which is the site of the former Tingzhou Experimental Institute. The scenic spots are free and you can visit with your ID card. The Tingzhou Trial Institute was built in the Song Dynasty. It was established as a trial institution during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It was a place for talents who took imperial examinations in the eight counties of Ting County. It was a representative building of ancient Tingzhou as the cultural center of eight counties in western Fujian. On the east side of Pingyuan in front of the lobby, there are two lush, leafy, and vigorous ancient cypress trees, commonly known as double cypress trees. According to experts, they have a history of more than 1,200 years and are historical witnesses to the ancient city of Tingzhou. Ji Xiaolan, a scholar in the Qing Dynasty, once came to Tingzhou to supervise the examination and lived in the test center. The statue facing the ancient cypress tree is Ji Xiaolan.