Liaocheng has existed in the Tang Dynasty for three generations, that is, the legendary ancient times, experienced the Spring and Autumn Warring States to the Qin and Han Dynasties, and then to the Tang and Song Dynasties, until the Chinese Liaocheng, from the opening of the Pangu period to the modern society of the 21st century, It has been thousands of years old.
A historic city with a thousand years of change, like a hero in armor, has experienced the transformation of the times and has stood still. Yes, it is such an ancient city with mythology that caught my eye.
came to Liaocheng, the first thing is to see the landmark of Liaocheng - Guangyue Building, also known as "Yu Mulou", "Drum Tower", "Dongchang Building", just like to go to Xi'an Be sure to visit the Drum Tower and the Bell Tower. The Guangyue Building has a history of more than 600 years, and together with the Yellow Crane Tower and Yueyang Tower, it constitutes China's top ten famous buildings.
Guangyue Building is located in the center of Dongchang Ancient City. The ancient city is in the shape of "Tian". The Guangyue Building is located at the intersection. It is located in the center of the ancient city. It has witnessed the change of the ancient city with six hundred years of vicissitudes.
ps: Now the motor vehicles in the ancient city are not accessible. They can only reach the ancient city wall. You can see the Guangyue Building through the Weixuanmen. The Guangyue Building is in the center of the ancient city, so no matter which gate enters , you can directly see the Guangyue Building.
Speaking of ancient buildings and pavilions in China, many people are familiar with the Yellow Crane Tower, Yueyang Tower and Tengwang Pavilion. The ancient pavilions have various architectural forms and uses. The watchtower appeared in the Warring States period. The Han Dynasty tower has reached three floors. The towers, the city buildings, the Wanglou buildings, etc. are all forms of pavilions used in the Han Dynasty. Talking about the Guangyue Building in Liaocheng, Shandong Province, although it is the building of Ming Hongwu years, it is one of the oldest pavilions in China. It is also the landmark building of Liaocheng, a water city in Jiangbei, and a historical and cultural symbol of Liaocheng.