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Wu Hou Shrine
武侯祠

4.2/5
17 Reviews
Li County Top 1 in Can't Miss Attractions
8:00-18:00
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Qishan Township, Lixian County, Longnan City
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It’s the first time I went to Gansu, the most popular Wuhou Temple in Li County. First, there is no management. The entire scenic spot has only one ticket gate and one person at the ticket office. We booked tickets on Ctrip, but the other party reported that they did not cooperate and needed to buy tickets on site, and the WeChat fee port was actually personal. The fee-paying staff felt that they had contracted this scenic spot and came to kill one by one. Second, scenic spots are extremely deceptive. Tickets for the entire scenic area are 20, but all exhibition halls are closed. There are no guide signs and no staff in the scenic area. The entire scenic area is dirty and messy. Third, when talking about the management of tourism resources in Gansu as a whole, it can be said that there is no thought or idea of its own, so many tourism resources are completely unmaintained. The newly-removed former vice minister of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism promoted global tourism with fanfare, while Gansu felt that he was out of the way, and the earlier Dunhuang toilet incidents revealed how alarming the level of government governance in this place is.

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Introduction

Wu Hou Shrine is located in Qishan Village, Li County, Longnan City. It contains Zhuge Liang's statue and many banners with inscriptions written by famous individuals. It is a county-level protected important cultural item. At the front of the shrine, visitors can see the Xihanshui Tributary flowing westward. One can also see the Zhuge Army's Jiuzhai Fortress. To the south, there is Maquangou, where cavalry horses are trained, and Shangma Stone, where Kong Ming test-rode horses. Across from the south side, there are over ten relic sites, such as Mount Daqi, where visitors can go for sightseeing.
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