There are cultural monuments everywhere in Henan, one of which is located in Wuyi County, Jiaozuo City, and its name is Jiayingguan.
Wuyi County is not very famous, Jiayingguan is not well known to the public, but the architecture of this temple is very similar to the palace, it looks like a condensed version of the Forbidden City in Beijing and the Forbidden City in Shenyang.
Jia Yingguan was built in 1723, the first year after the Qing Emperor was in the throne. The main function was to worship the river god and to conquer the heroes of the river.
Jia Yingguan was built in about five years to complete, because it was ordered by Emperor Yongzheng himself, and its status is very high. This is also the reason why the buildings inside the building have a strong court style.
Jia Yingguan has a large number of large and small buildings. The most admiring ones are Yan Dian, Gong Yi Pavilion, Yu Bei Ting, Yu Wang Pavilion and Da Wang Dian. The Imperial Pavilion is located in the south, resembling the crown of the Qing Dynasty; Yan Dian is also located in the south, and the Jiayingguan is still a protagonist.
Jia Yingguan is not a Taoist in the traditional sense, so there is no Taoist inside. The whole building complex has been close to three hundred years since the completion of the year of 1727, and it is not easy to leave the original history. The existence of Jiayingguan tells people the efforts made by the generation of sand control people, and people cherish the good environment they have now. For architecture and humanities enthusiasts, its aesthetics are classic.
Jiayingguan has a wax-like area, which uses wax figures and textual introductions to let visitors know about some of the honest officials of the year and their contribution to the management of floods.
To Jiaozuo, Henan, there is a place to go. This place is convenient for Jiayinguan.
Jiayingguan's famous temple palace, also known as the Yellow River Dragon King Temple, was the Qing Dynasty Emperor Yongzheng to control the Yellow River floods, commemorating the Wushu repair dam, offering sacrifices to the river gods, and rewarding the river heroes, at a cost of 2.88 million two silver put up.
Jia Yingguan's iconic scenes are many. The most representative ones are the Imperial Pavilions that resemble the Crown of the Qing Dynasty. The three dragons of the Yongzheng Royal Book Dan are surrounded by the imperial iron bronze monuments, and the inverted eight-eighth bells The lifelike dragon and phoenix map, the dustless temple where the insects do not enter, the strange seam walls, the magical sisters and so on.
Jia Yingguan not only holds the ceremony of offering sacrifices to the gods of the river, but also the place to conquer the heroes of the rivers and rivers. It functions as a trinity of palaces, temples and temples, including Shanmen, Yubei Pavilion, Zhihe Gongchen Hall, Zhongda Hall, and Wang Ge and so on. There are 249 ancient buildings in existence, with red walls and blue tiles, wings flying in the air, and promenades.
Jia Yingguan is divided into two large courtyards in the north and south. The North Courtyard consists of three courtyards, including the middle palace, the north and south gates, the imperial pavilion, the drum tower, the east and west dressing hall, the east and west dragon palace, the king palace, and the Christine Yiting, Yuwangge, Fengshen Hall, Yushen Temple, etc.; the River Court of the Eastern Hospital is the command center for the Yellow River in the Qing Dynasty; the Royal Palace of the Western Academy is the local authority for river management.
Jia Ying Guan is like the Beijing Forbidden City, so it is called "Henan Small Forbidden City". The name "Jiayinguan" is a beautiful and peaceful wish of Emperor Yongzheng to Daqing Jiangshan.
Jiayingguan, this is the Yellow River Governance Office
Jiayinguan is located 12 kilometers southeast of Wushu County, Jiaozuo, Henan Province, 35 kilometers away from Jiaozuo City, with a total area of 9.3 square kilometers. It was built in the Qing Dynasty. It is the emperor of Emperor Yongzheng who sacrificed the river gods and detained the heroes of the rivers. He built the palace, the temple, and the trinity of the Huanghuai Zhuhe Longwang Temple. The architectural style resembles the Forbidden City, which mainly includes the Shanmen, Yubei Pavilion and Zhihe Gongchen. The temple, the central hall, the king's palace, etc., are grand in scale and have the reputation of Beijing Small Palace. Inside the high wall is a miniature version of the Forbidden City, with exquisite rubbings and bell and drum towers, knocking on the bell tower, the sound is melodiously transmitted to the distance. There is an ancient big banyan tree in the yard, the branches and leaves are hanging down, so it is also called "five bodies cast land." In the wandering of the leaves, the bells echoed, which is very suitable for quiet and daze.