Gongyi is located in the middle of Henan province on the northern side of Mount Song. The area is home to over 70 historical ruins including Neolithic remains from the Peiligang, Yangshao and Longshan cultures. There are also over 100 protected historical sites including caves from the Northern Wei dynasty, imperial tombs from the Northern Song dynasty, and Kang Bai-Wan Mansion, a late Ming dynasty mansion that belonged to one of the richest families in Northern China. The area is regarded as one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization.
信天游The entire manor is well maintained, and the content displayed in each area is very good according to the function. It is suitable for people of all ages. It mainly displays the business, home, meeting and educational art aspects of the landlord manor in the middle and late Qing Dynasty. It is recommended to further expand Area, reduce the occupation of tourist souvenirs, explain the history, culture and inheritance. Nice view, cost-effective, interesting and fun, overall it is awesome,
社会颜色Changshou Mountain Scenic Area, total area 5.5 square kilometers, full of green mountains and emerald, as poetic as picturesque. Deep autumn festival, manshan red leaves, layers of forest dyed, such as the xia like Jin. Changshou Mountain scenic spot not only ecological environment is beautiful but also tourist resources are rich. Wang-ku-tai, Bi-jia Mountain, Peach Tree Valley, Apricot Ridge, Fulong Shougui, Millennium Ancient Crane, Samsung Palace are the best leisure parks away from the noise, return to nature, release the mood and cultivate the sentiment.
M24***90It is the cheapest snow field in various provinces. The snow is a bit thin and may be artificial. Zhengzhou came to the mountain road for a while and it was a bit difficult to walk. The entrance is a bit small. There was no queue when it arrived early on Friday. I also didn't comment on this so bad compared with northern Xinjiang definitely no less than the difference between the main price of rongchuang one-sixth. Recommended workdays to go early. The more bad thing I am greedy to play their own to play in the middle-level, friends to the coach, teaching seems to have a tip phenomenon, hope the snow field norms more and better.
Adol秀儿I don't know if it is a grotto built on the temple or because the grotto was built in front of a temple. A small yard, small in size, can be visited in about 20 minutes. Many grottoes have been buried in the ground, exposed parts either destroyed by human or weathered blurry, complete little, but can be seen carving the deep foundation.
187***47I drove to the mountainside with my friends, and then climbed up the mountain by myself. The scenery is good. There is a tour guide in the Snow Cave, the explanation is very detailed, and I sigh the magic of nature. Some stalactites were damaged due to improper protection, which is a pity. I left Snow Cave and went down to the parking lot to see Laojun Cave. Underground, the development is not very complete. While driving down the mountain, I saw Xiaolong Pond. Although it is small and not well-developed, it is okay. I hope it can be expanded to give tourists more experience. You can drive there directly or take a scenic sightseeing bus directly to Snow Cave. From the gate of the scenic area to the parking lot on the hillside, I didn't see a car in the scenic area. It would be troublesome to walk up there by myself if it wasn't for a friend to drive.
精光葫芦娃Ciyun Temple is located in the west of Tianzhen County, Datong City, Shanxi Province, and is known as the "Great Temple of North Guan". It was originally built in the Tang Dynasty and was originally named Fahua Temple. It was renamed Ciyun Temple during the Xuande period of the Ming Dynasty. The whole picture of Ciyun Temple that I see now is a complete group of ancient buildings preserved during the Xuande period in the early Ming Dynasty. The temple is more than 140 meters long and 40 meters wide. There are four main halls: King Kong Hall, Daxiong Hall, Sakyamuni Hall, Pilu Hall, and Guanyin Hall and Jizo Hall on the east and west sides. On May 25, 2006, as an ancient building in the Ming Dynasty, Ciyun Temple was approved by the State Council to be included in the sixth batch of national key cultural relics protection units.