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Zhougong Temple周公庙

4.1/5
28 Reviews
Qufu Top 6 in Important Religious Institution
Memorial TempleHistorical Site
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Closed Open from 8:30am-5:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Yan'en E Rd, Qufu Shi, Jining Shi, Shandong Sheng, China
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Phone: 0537-4712172

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Zhougong Temple Zhougong Temple, or "Lu Tai Temple", is the ancestral temple of the Lu Kingdom. It was built at the beginning of Lu Liguo. After the Lu Kingdom was destroyed by Chu, the Tai Temple was also destroyed. The public surnamed Ji Mingdan, and was the fourth son of King Zhou Wen. The fourth younger brother of King Wu, he assisted King Wu to defeat King Shang Zhou, and made two eastern expeditions. He made outstanding contributions to the establishment of the King of Western Zhou. After the establishment of the Western Zhou Dynasty, he established the Western Zhou Dynasty slavery country to consolidate the rule of the Western Zhou Dynasty. The various ordinances (Zhou Li) of China are a famous slave-owner politician in ancient history of our country. At the beginning of the Western Han Dynasty, Zhougong was named "Yuansheng", and Zhougong Temple was formerly called "Yuansheng Temple". In the first year of Dazhong Xiangfu in the Northern Song Dynasty (1008), Zhou Gong was named "Wenxian King" and Zhou Gong was rebuilt on the site of Taimiao. Zhougong Temple was built six times in the Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties, forming the current scale. It has three courtyards, 57 halls, pavilions, gates, and squares (not counting the collapse of the east and west courtyards), covering an area of 42 acres. It was announced as the Shandong Cultural Relics Protection Unit on December 23, 1977, and was announced as the National Key Cultural Relics Protection Unit on May 4, 2013. Last year there was a ticket of 50 yuan, this year it is free, so I recommend it to everyone. It's just in disrepair for a long time, slightly dilapidated. Not as magnificent as the Confucian Temple of Confucius Mansion.

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