The scenery is good, beautiful, and interesting. It is a good place to educate children and is free to visit. There is a pond, a star gate, and a statue of Confucius. It was a private school in ancient times. There are also historical exhibitions and excavation pictures of the toast Dow in Jingdong.
The local historical and cultural relics protection unit has a history of about two hundred years, and the architectural style still retains the traditional features and is very beautiful
Jingdong Confucian Temple is located in the county seat. The Confucian Temple is also known as Hongxue and Confucian Temple. It was built in Tangyao and rebuilt in the west of Nancangjing in the seventh year of the Ming Dynasty (1442). In the fifteenth year of Wanli in the Ming Dynasty (1587), it was moved to Tangyao and burned down at the end of Ming Dynasty. In the 17th year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1660), the residence of Xu Shuhong, the magistrate of Jingdong County, was used as temple study. In the 21st year of Kangxi (1682), it was moved to the foothills of Yuping Mountain, and in the thirty-nine year (1700), it was moved to Tang Kiln. In the seventeenth year of Qianlong (1752), the foothills of Yuping were relocated, the eleventh year of Jiaqing (1806), the twenty-first year of Daoguang (1841), the first year of Tongzhi (1862), Bingxuan was mostly destroyed, the 13th year of Tongzhi (1874), donated Fix it again. The Confucian Temple was built in Jingdong, and it has a history of more than 600 years. The existing Jingdong Confucian Temple was established in 1682 and is located in the foothills of Yuping Mountain to the west of the county seat. It has a history of 323 years and is one of the relatively well-preserved ancient buildings in southwestern Yunnan. Because Jingdong is the most troubled place in history, there are constant wars, turmoil and chaos. It has been repaired and destroyed several times. It was severely damaged during the Cultural Revolution, leaving the Confucian Temple outdated and unrecognizable, with leaking houses and sloping walls. It was not until after 1978 that the people urgently requested the restoration of the Confucian Temple, which received the attention of the party and the government. Funding was allocated for the construction in October 1983, and the construction was basically completed by the end of 1986. In 1994, the Dacheng Hall of the Confucian Temple, the right wing, and the stone fence of Tianzitai were perfected and restored. In 1995, the statue of Confucius was installed. In April 2004, the Lei Xing Gate was rebuilt again, the central axis road was rebuilt, and the entire Confucian Temple building was repainted. Therefore, the Jingdong Confucian Temple is overflowing with brilliance and is displayed in front of tourists in a new and beautiful posture, like a bottle of finely carved works of art for people to appreciate. The admiration of the people of all ethnic groups in Jingdong in the past for the great spirit and personality charm of Confucius has preserved the Jingdong Confucian Temple and became a relatively intact Confucian Temple in Yunnan except the Jianshui Confucian Temple. In 1986, it was announced as a county-level key cultural relic by the county government. Protected unit; in 1987, it was announced as a key cultural relics protection unit in Yunnan by the Provincial People's Government; in 2013, it was announced as a national key cultural relics protection unit by the State Council; in 2004, it was rated as an AA-level tourist attraction by the Provincial Tourism Administration. The Confucian Temple is the epitome of Jingdong’s history and culture. It is dominated by longitudinal buildings with a central axis-symmetric stepped courtyard with a total area of 5292 square meters. It consists of Zhaobi, Panchi, Surabaya Arch, Kuixing Pavilion, Hexagonal Pavilion, Bell and Drum Tower, and Liaoxing The door, Dacheng Gate, Dacheng Hall and the side rooms on both sides are composed of Confucius and 12 philosopher sculptures. The front view of the river, the back pillow jade screen, the mountain and water, towering ancient trees, the attic corner pavilion, the bells, the simple and majestic, very spectacular.
[Scenery] Beautiful scenery [Interesting] A good place to educate children [Cost-effective]
Preston_Dominguez: Yuping Rd, Jingdong Yizuzizhixian, Puer Shi, Yunnan Sheng, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Jingdong Confucian Temple,Jingdong Library,Wuliang Mountain,Jingdong Yizu Zizhixian Museum,Taofu Culture Square