Kuiwen Pavilion is located in the Confucian Temple in the middle of the three holes in Qufu. Its function is equivalent to the Cangshu Pavilion. It is said that General Zhu De had commanded the war in the Kuiwen Pavilion during the War of Liberation. He couldn't help but stand in awe. A group photo is essential.
Dushan Kuiwen Pavilion is composed of a mountain gate, a loft, a west wing room, and a penthouse. It is equipped with tablets of Guanshiyin, Confucius, Guan Yu, and Kuixing. It is a place exclusively for scholars to worship the God of Kuixing. The other purpose is "Private School Academy" , Specializing in cultivating rural students, covering an area of more than 850 square meters, with a height of 25 meters. The pavilion has a compact structure, beautiful appearance and fine carvings. It retains the characteristics of the architectural carving art of the Qing Dynasty. Its ancient architecture is the only one in southern Qiannan.
The Kuiwen Pavilion is located in the Confucian Temple of Qufu. When you arrive at Qufu at night, the Confucian Temple Scenic Area has been closed, so I walked around the periphery. The Kuiwen Pavilion is the highest point of the Confucian Temple. Look, Kuiwen Pavilion is antique and super beautiful.
It is said that this place used to be a Buddhist scripture pavilion. It has a history of more than 1,000 years and is one of the oldest buildings here.
Now it is mainly selling some souvenirs, and there are some shopping guides in it.
Go inside and you can see some of the older traces on it.
The year it was first built was 1018, and it's just 1000 years so far. It's a coincidence.
Kuiwen Pavilion is in the Confucian Temple. It was originally a library building and one of the famous wooden attic in my country. Confucius was originally the reincarnation of Kui Xing, so this building was called Kui Wen Building. The building is old, Taikoo is too old, and it feels a bit dilapidated. This is the real monument.
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