Nuodeng Wenwu Temple is on the top of the hill in Nuodeng Village. From the bottom of the mountain, you can follow the signs along the way. There are commoner Confucius in the Confucian Temple and Guan Yu Guan Gong in the Wu Temple. Both civil and military are not ordinary villages!
The old Jinshi’s home that lived in Nuodeng Village for three hundred years is now renamed Yiyiyin B&B. It is recommended to visit Nuodeng Confucian Temple early in the morning, which is also a rare attraction here, but living here is very quiet. No hustle and bustle, especially comfortable
The Nuodeng Confucian Temple is located at the top of Nuodeng Village and forms a complex with buildings such as the Yuhuang Pavilion. Take a bus from Yunlong County to the Nuodeng parking lot and start climbing all the way up. First follow the signs to reach the location of the big green tree, and then follow the small mountain road from the right side of the big green tree. You can see many cacti along the way. The first one is the archway of Tengjiaoqifeng, and then you can look up. Go to the Confucian Temple. It's a quiet place with incense. After all, the establishment of this Confucian Temple in that era was a special case. If you go to Nuodeng, you can still go and see. Other official god horses will not drop their book bags.
Go straight through the Star Gate, Nuodeng Primary School on the right, Confucian Temple in front, and Wu Temple on the left. Although Nuodeng is not a prefecture or county resident, it has a Confucian Temple, which is a special privilege in the ancient ritual system. The architecture of Nuodeng Confucian Temple is exquisite and solemn, simple and elegant. Inside the main hall, "Sacred Palace", "Buyi Confucius" is molded. The teacher's demeanor, amiable and amiable, are different from other foreign Confucian temples, which are sculptures of Confucius wearing the crown of the emperor. The "Rite Gate" outside the red wall of the Confucian Temple wrote "Jianghan Qiuyang" plaque. Next to the Confucian Temple dedicated to "Wen Sheng", there is also a Wu Temple dedicated to "Wu Sheng Ren" Guan Gong.