To be honest, only open Islam in Quanzhou this pavilion is better not open. The pavilion itself is not very visible.
The Guannandu and the Sea Silk Road ....The connection and fusion of ancient Central Plains culture and Western civilization is far more than we think.
The urban construction of Quanzhou originated in the Three Kingdoms and Wu period, and reached its peak in the Song Dynasty. During the Song and Yuan Dynasties, Quanzhou once became the world's largest port. Because of this, overseas religions such as Islam, Nestorianism, Manichaeism and Hinduism have landed here, and eventually merged with the local culture, but they also left their own special marks.
Quanzhou, the city of light described by Marco Polo, was once the largest port in the Orient during the Middle Ages, the starting point of the China Maritime Silk Road, and the busy maritime trade in the past also gave it abundant and unique overseas traffic. Historical relics, in the Quanzhou Overseas Transportation History Museum, you can see representative ship models and religious stone carvings. Visit this museum to learn about the old "Erythrata City" and experience the old Quanzhou, open and diverse city culture.
The Quanzhou Overseas Transportation History Museum is near the gymnasium, and there is an exhibition hall next to it. From Quanzhou Shaolin Temple, you can walk to Quanzhou Overseas Transportation History Museum. There are many ship models inside. Very attractive for boys who like ships. The museum is not big and can be finished in a while.
Learn about Quanzhou history and the culture of the maritime Silk Road.
The Doctor of Transportation History Museum is really a very good place. After you go there, you can feel the profound cultural heritage here, and you can learn a lot of things you don't know. What an educated place.
Preston_Dominguez: No.425 Donghu Street, Fengze District, Quanzhou 362017, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Dakaiyuan Temple,Tianhou Temple,Qingjing Temple,Chengtian Temple,Guanyue Temple