First of all, we must clarify that this museum is located in Yucheng City (under the administration of Dezhou City), about 60 kilometers north of Jinan. It is about six kilometers away from Yucheng Station. It is currently free of charge and there is no internal management. The toilets are dry toilets and are very dirty and need to be improved urgently. If you need to perfect it, the second side hall must be repainted. If this is the case, it can increase the viewing degree, and it is feasible to charge a little money appropriately. |
The building is simple and grand, and the environment is quiet. It integrates tourism, leisure and entertainment. It is worth a visit!
According to legend, at that time, Yu led the Sanchuan and Shujiu Rivers to control the water, and built the soil into mountains in the Gu clan in Yucheng to observe the water conditions and watch the water situation. According to historical records, the mound was "ten ren high and wide," which is equivalent to the current height of about 18 meters. Later generations named the mound "Guqiu Mountain". Before the Tang Dynasty, the local people had filled with soil, planted trees and grass in Guqiu Mountain several times in memory of Yu’s merits of controlling water for the benefit of the people, and built a pavilion on the hill to worship King Yu’s throne. After Yucheng was established as a county, he built it on Guqiu Mountain. The brick-wood structure Yuji Pavilion is dedicated to King Yu's throne. The county magistrate and the people worship King Yu at Lichun and Chongyang. From the Tang Dynasty to the Yuan Dynasty, due to wars and famines, the Yuji Pavilion was destroyed and rebuilt several times. Tomorrow, in the fourth year of the Qi Dynasty, the squire of Wu surnamed Shili Wang, and advocated the villagers to build the Yuwang Pavilion on the site of Yuji Pavilion, which was larger than the original pavilion. In the 50th year of Kangxi, Guangdong native Zeng Jiugao served as the magistrate of Yucheng County and raised donations to rebuild Yuji Pavilion and renamed Yuwang Pavilion. 40 acres of sacrificial fields were juxtaposed, and a stele was engraved to remember. Zeng Jiugao personally inscribed the plaque "Miraculous Eternity" and wrote the stele "The Story of Yu Ting", and later resigned. The people felt that he was in Yu Jiye, and they also donated money to carve the "Go Si Stele" ", standing in the Yuwang Pavilion. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the King Yu Pavilion flourished with incense, and many Sao people came here to worship and sightseeing, leaving many magnificent poetry and historical and cultural relics. For example, the emperor Aixinjueluo Hongli of the Qing dynasty once wrote: Shen Yu was the most god in governing the water. At that time, he was still a horror. After three thousand years, Zhi Fei Yu, ask who can explain the victory of this person. When the Japanese invaded China, the King Yu Pavilion was bombed, and the front building of the main hall was destroyed and demolished. After liberation, King Yu Pavilion was once a school after a simple repair. During the "Cultural Revolution" in 1966, King Yu Pavilion was completely demolished, leaving only the desolate Guqiu Mountain. The Juqiu Mountain Site was listed as a provincial key cultural relic protection unit in 1997, and belongs to the ancient site of Longshan Culture. The Yuwang Palace and Yuwang Pavilion were rebuilt in 1995. In the first half of 2002, the first and second phases of the Yuwang Pavilion Museum were completed one after another. The "First China Day Yu Culture Seminar" was successfully held. It is the "Youth Patriotism Education Base" in Yucheng City. .
The scenery here is quite distinctive. She used the Dayu as the background to build the Yuwang Pavilion. Although it is not very high, you can feel that it is very good on the pavilion. The Yuwang Pavilion Museum does not require tickets now. There are not many people in the tour group, it is worth recommending, this place is the best attraction in Yucheng.
The King Yu Pavilion Museum, as the name suggests, commemorates King Yu and Dayu. There is no charge, but there are not many tourists. This is determined by the nature of the local museum, and there is nothing too attractive. The King Yu Pavilion was built in the Ming Dynasty last time, and expanded during the Yongzheng period, making it even more magnificent. The side hall was blown up during the Japanese invasion of China, but the other halls were still there, and later used as schools. The bad luck came from the Cultural Revolution. It was demolished in 1966 and restored in 1995. Dayu's achievements in water control will be used by later generations. The site of Guqiushan is where Dayu climbed to observe the water potential. You can just understand it.
Preston_Dominguez: Yucheng, Dezhou, Shandong, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Yuwangting Museum,Yu Wang Pavilion,Yucheng Wetland Park