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Wu Hou Shrine
Li County Top 1 in Can't Miss Attractions

4.2/5
17 Reviews
Memorial Temple
8:00-18:00
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Qishan Township, Lixian County, Longnan City

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Working on the mountains behind Qishan Township, you can have a bird’s eye view of the entire Qishan Fort. The old castle is domineering across the Western Han River Valley. It has outstanding military value in ancient times. Wuhou Temple was built on the old castle~ In recent days, the weather is gloomy and the mountains are muddy. The fellow said that this year there was too much rain and there is a little poem left~~~ Three Qishan things have not ceased, and even the dark road makes people worry. The hometown of Emperor Qin is rainy today, and the west hanging loess is soft. The six cuttings were ultimately fruitless, and Wuhou Temple was surrounded by vegetation. Big and small things go with the wind, and the ancient castle flows westward for thousands of years. Remembering Qishan Earthquake Landslide Operation Note: Lixian County was called Xichui in the Western Zhou Dynasty, the birthplace of Qin culture; Zhuge Liang came out of Qishan and built a military facility Qishan Fort here, and later generations built Wuhou Temple on the fort as a memorial; West Han Dynasty water flows from east to west in this section .

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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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