Life is like a drama, drama is like life. Walking into the Huaxiu Building in Zhangzhou, I really understand the philosophical rationality of this sentence, and life should not be like this, so exquisite.
When I walked into the Hua Opera Building, there was a play that couldn't be named at the door, surrounded by a large audience. The wind blew slightly, and the clouds on the top of the head flowed like water. This kind of bustling time has been staged in countless times. When it is scattered, there is a faint loneliness in the dust.
Hua Xi Lou, formerly known as Shanshan Guild Hall, was built in the 13th year of Shunzhi in Shanxi and Shaanxi provinces. It also has the architectural style of Shanxi and Huizhou, and has the taste of Shanxi merchants and Huizhou merchants. Known as the Central Plains Treasures and the architectural art of China, this statue is proud of its centuries-old charm on the south bank of the Vortex River. The main building of Huaxiu Building is composed of Daguandi Temple. The entire scenic spot also includes Zhangfei Temple, Yuefei Temple, Zhugong Academy, Huo Shen Temple and the Grain Square Guild Hall.
Hua Xi Lou has three musts: brick carving, wood carving and iron flagpole.
Address: North of Huaxiu Street, Yucheng District, Luzhou City/Hh/ Tickets: 60 yuan, explanation: 50 yuan
Huaxi Hall is also known as Shanxi-Shaanxi Hall, and Greater Lord Guan Temple. It is a place for the gathering of merchants from Shanxi and Shaanxi in Ming and Qing Dynasties. It enjoys a time-honored history. Since Guan Yu was from Shanxi, they built the Lord Guan Temple here. Huaxi Hall is dedicated and magnificent with many excellent color paintings and exquisite sculptures dated back to the reign of Qianlong. It is a key cultural relic protection unit. It boasts three distinctive features: the two flagpoles in the front gate, woodcarving and the gate.