The largest Taoist temple in Ningxia is a magnificent ancient building group, built in 1875, and continued in 1939, covering an area of 4200 square meters.
Shizuishan Yuhuang Pavilion is located outside the north gate of Pingluo County in Ningxia. It is the largest Taoist temple in Ningxia. It is a magnificent ancient building complex. It was built in the first year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty (1875) and continued in the 28th year of the Republic of China (1939). , Covers an area of 4200 square meters.
Located in the center of Pingluo County, Shizuishan City, it has been the most famous temple in the past since ancient times. It is a famous Taoist temple with tiered palaces, which is magnificent. The towering pavilion overlooks the majesty of Helan Mountain and the majesty of Helan Mountain is in front of you.
The scenic spot is very close to Shahu Lake. It only takes half an hour to drive. Friends who are traveling by car can go straight to Pingxi Highway from the waterfront road at the gate of Shahu Lake to see the Yuhuang Pavilion. The whole attraction is not big, it is recommended to play for one hour. There is a parking lot at the entrance of the attraction, parking is very convenient. The entire Jade Emperor Pavilion was built in three periods, the earliest part of which was built in the early years of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty, and according to legend, it was rebuilt by the Bailong Temple. The second part was built in the last years of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty. At that time, Pingluo County was hit by a rare earthquake in history. After the disaster, the people did not live a life. The folk Taoist Yan Hebi set up an emperor altar here and recited the Jade Emperor Sutra for seven or forty-nine days to pray for the people. Later At the suggestion of Tan Zongyi, a general of Ningxia, the Sanqing Hall and Jade Emperor Hall were funded by local gentry. The third part was built in the last years of the Republic of China. According to legend, in 1934, the warlord Sun Dianying, who had 80,000 people, fought the warlord Ma Hongkui in Ningxia in order to seize the territory. In the Battle of Pingluo, Ma Jiajun repelled the attack of Sun Dianying's army based on the commanding heights of the Yuhuang Pavilion. So Ma Hongkui believed that it was the Jade Emperor who was blessing him. In 1939, the construction of the three-story building was built on the north side of the original Jade Emperor Hall. Attraction tickets: 22 yuan
In the pavilion, the ancestors of the Three Qing dynasties are worshipped, and the temple is decorated with a Goddess of Mercy of Zhang Er. Taoism and Buddhism are organically integrated. If you bow your head to worship Buddha and make a wish, do you have double insurance?
The Yuhuang Pavilion, which was built in the first year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1875), is located in the north of Chengguan Town, Pingluo County. It is one of the largest Taoist temples in Ningxia. The brick-clad pedestal is divided into 4 levels, gradually rising from south to north. The tallest building, the Sanmu Hall, is about 26 meters above the ground. The whole building is unique and majestic. Ascending to the Hall of the Three Mothers, you can lean on a railing to overlook Helan Mountain to the west and the Yellow River to the east. The Chenghuang Temple Fair held in the 4th and 5th lunar calendar every year in the scenic area is grand and grand. People dressed up as bull heads, horse faces, judges, little ghosts, etc. are surrounded by the city god statues that are raised and seated on the gods. , Contains the meaning of punishing evil and promoting good, understanding the sentiments of the people. The Pingluo Yuhuang Pavilion complex was built during the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty. The entire complex has a unique form, large scale, rigorous structure and exquisite craftsmanship. The tall buildings are magnificent, the small pavilion is exquisite and translucent, and the foil is beautiful, and the pavilion has far-reaching eaves, and the corners of the eaves point to the sky, like an eagle spreading its wings to fly; all the halls in the pavilion are full of carved beams and painted buildings, or carved flowers and animals, or painted The landscape figures, sharpened swords and pens, and profound merits, are the largest group of ancient buildings in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and one of the largest Taoist temples in the Northwest.
Preston_Dominguez: Pingluo, Shizuishan, Ningxia, China
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