When I took the first photo, I thought it was a bit like a palace. The only special thing is the background bricks into the stone wall. All the way through the large and small areas of the Temple of Literature, found that the most temples are bricks into the stone, a large piece. The so-called "bricking into the stone" is a special wall-building method in Quanzhou. A variety of stone and red bricks and rubble are stacked in a staggered stack. Large granite is into the stone, the piece of red brick is out of the brick, large piece of brick into the stone wall, the overall square is thick and thick, very powerful. There are many versions of the legend about bricks. For example, after the invasion of the Ming Dynasty, our houses collapsed, can only be rebuilt, people directly take materials from the ruins, use these bricks, stones, brick fragments to rebuild Wall. There is also a saying that Quanzhou experienced the devastating earthquake of the Song Dynasty at that time. Many houses have fallen. Of course, our towers are still standing, people also set off the ruins at that time. Bricks into the stone wall. Of course, the most reliable statement is built for good looks! But I think the best thing to look at is the two of us, hehe.