There is still a lot of Taoist culture here. Jintian Temple (Lanzhou Workers' Cultural Palace), because there is a statue of Lei Zu god, also known as "Lei Tan", is the holy place where Taoism was taught in Lanzhou in the early years. In the old days, the temples and pavilions of the Jintian Temple were very powerful, the corridors were quietly curved, and the pine, cypress, huai, and elm were all over. Still quite interesting...
Lanzhou Workers' Cultural Palace is the former Taoist temple called Jintian Temple. It is located at No. 1 Xijin East Road, Qilihe District. It is a cultural official with many ancient buildings of the Ming Dynasty. It was named the seventh batch of national key points by the Garden Affairs Institute in 2013. In the cultural relics protection unit, many rooms are now developed as calligraphy and painting exchange windows.
It used to be one of the most famous Taoist jungles in the northwest and the largest Taoist temple in Lanzhou, but now most of the buildings have been transformed into the nondescript things of the Lanzhou Workers’ Cultural Palace. Only the western corner has restored the function of Taoism and quietly tells the story of the past. , I hope the Taoist temple can be restored soon.
Two thousand-year old locust trees have witnessed the history of Lanzhou
An old place in Lanzhou, okay.
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Hualin Rd, Qilihe Qu, Lanzhou Shi, Gansu Sheng, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Yellow River Steel Bridge,Baitashan Park,Yellow River Mother Sculpture,Public Lane,Xiguan Mosque