Confucius Temple is a group of large-scale ancient buildings, mainly composed of Confucius Temple, Xuegong Palace and Gongyuan. There are such buildings as Zhaobi, Panchi, archway, Juxing Pavilion, Quixing Pavilion, Weixing Gate, Dacheng Hall, Mingde Hall and Zunjing Pavilion. The most amazing Dazhaobi is located on the South Bank of Qinhuai River. It was built in the third year of Wanli in Ming Dynasty (1575). Its total length is 110 meters. It is the longest wall in China. On the wall, there are two dragons playing pearls, which have great momentum. In geomantic waters, the wall plays a role of decoration and shelter, which reflects the geomantic system of ancient Chinese architecture "before there is a photo, after there is a dependant". Dacheng Hall is the place for offering sacrifices to Confucius. It is the first highest University in China. It is also the four major Confucian temples in China. It is the hub of ancient Chinese culture and a place for gathering historical and humanistic resources in Jinling. The Confucius Temple, known as the famous scenic spot of Qinhuai River, has become the characteristic landscape area of Nanjing, the ancient capital, and is the largest traditional ancient street market in China. The Confucius Temple in Nanjing was destroyed in four places and five buildings. The last time it was destroyed was in the artillery fire of Japanese invaders who invaded China in 1937. The Qinhuai Scenic Belt of the Confucius Temple seen today was rebuilt in 1985. The entrance ticket of the Confucius Temple is 30 yuan, and the ticket is purchased to enter the Confucius Temple. Tourists wait for a moment. The scenic spot regularly provides free explanations and compliments. I believe that historic buildings, visitors must follow the commentator to visit, understand the vicissitudes of history, know why; otherwise, take a quick look at flowers, rush past.