An important national cultural relic spot hidden in a village requires a 10 yuan ticket. There is a lock on the main hall door, and security must be called to open the door. The objects in the temple are all from the Ming and Wanli period, and the gold powder on them is still shining with golden light. Ask the tour guide to introduce it, it really has a story...
A very good attraction. The ticket is only 10 yuan, and the explanation fee is only 20. Bringing a child is only 30 in total. The things inside are very beautiful and lifelike. After all, they are cultural relics, which are obviously different from modern things. The facial expressions and shapes of each statue are different. It's like entering the palace of art. It's so beautiful and great value. And the instructor is very good, really very good! highly recommended! ! !
Went in mid-July this summer. I took the No. 3 bus to the downtown area. I got off at the labor reform farm and asked people all the way. It took a long time to get there. When I returned, the staff inside told me a way, not far, take the 26 bus back to the city. The Guanyintang is not big, and the hanging sculptures inside are amazing.
Those who are interested recommend it. This is an architectural statue in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty. There are more than 500 statues in total. It combines the figures of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. It is an authentic temple. Tickets are not expensive, and tour guide fees are not expensive.
It is a building of the Ming Dynasty, and it still maintains its original appearance. Guanyintang is located in Liangjiazhuang Village. There is no bus, and the driver is not sure where it is when taking a taxi. The driver said that he has been here for the second time after driving for 6 years. When I came here, I saw that the door was closed tightly. Looking from the crack of the door, there was incense inside. I knocked on the door and spent 10 yuan to buy tickets. The main attraction is the clay sculptures in the main hall, which are also the essence of this place. They are still beautifully made, but unfortunately they are not allowed to take pictures (you can find photos on the Internet). Here is the integration of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism, and there are statues of Sakyamuni, Laozi, and Confucius. If you are willing to spend money, there is an explanation for 20 yuan. The Guanyin Hall consists of the main hall, theater tower, bell tower, and drum tower. There are also two side halls on both sides, so there is nothing left. There are also two yards on the left and right, like two gardens, which are still under renovation.
Preston_Dominguez: Changzhi, Shanxi, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Shuri Kannondo Temple,Changzhi Museum,Guanyin Temple,Huajiazhuang Village Cultural Plaza,Changzhi Meteorological Science & Technology Museum