The Confucian Temple of Liuzhou was built during the reign of Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty. In 815, Liu Zongyuan rebuilt the Confucian Temple and wrote related articles on the topic. After the Tang Dynasty had ended, the Confucian Temple of Liuzhou experienced ebbs and flows. In 1928, there was a large fire and many of the main buildings were damaged or burned down. After more than two thousand years of developmental history, the Confucian Temple has gone far beyond its physical meaning as a piece of architecture and has already become an integral symbol of Chinese culture. This extant Confucian temple fully reflects the mainstream position of Confucianism in Chinese traditional culture.