Here is actually quite spectacular, without tickets, but the traffic will be more inconvenient, he mainly pays attention to Baosheng Emperor, which can be signed into surgery and internal medicine as well as career. The signature here is very special. The signature he gave you is not to tell you what the future will be like, but to give you a Chinese medicine posting directly, let you grab medicine by yourself, there are more than 800 ladders nearby. Above, you can see a big life-preserving emperor who has a tortoise at the unloading place. Every time the tortoise goes down the stairs, there is a restaurant next to it where noodles can be eaten.
It's worth everyone playing and it's worth sublimating your beliefs.
On the third day of the New Year, the Tzu Chi Palace is full of firecrackers and cigarettes. Pray for the well-being of the New Year and the happiness of the New Year. Men, women, old and young, and the whole family come out with a grateful heart, a sincere heart and a kind heart. May the world be peaceful and stable, and everyone be prosperous and peaceful.
The scenery is good and the steps are long. We must stick to them.
Tzu Chi Palace on Qingjiao, also known as the Eastern Palace by the local people. The Eastern Palace worshipped Wu Zhan, a famous doctor of the Northern Song Dynasty, also known as Wu Zhenren, the Emperor of Baosheng. Tzu Chi ancestors'palace in Qingjiao is full of incense and pilgrims all the year round. In addition to worship, devout believers come here to get medicine sticks. It is said that the medicine sticks here are very effective.
Tzu Chi Palace at Qingjiao Village, Haicang, was built in the Southern Song Dynasty. It was repaired by the people in memory of Wu Ben, a famous doctor of the Song Dynasty. When I came to the Tzu Chi Palace on the Green Reef, I didn't feel anything special at first. But when I saw the paintings on the gate and the wood carvings on the beam of the palace, I was amazed by their magnificence and beauty. No wonder there is the name of palace architecture here. What amazes me most is the wood carving on the cross beam of the hall. The cross beam has two layers. The upper layer depicts all kinds of classical stories on the beam with gold. The second layer is hollow carving and gold lacquer. At this time, I really regret that my camera's sensitivity is not good enough to take a better picture of this beautiful building. By contrast, the beams in the inner hall are not so beautiful. They are painted red. I wonder if they are mahogany. Following a row of stairs (with all the statues of famous ancient doctors on the edge), I went to Longhuang Temple, where Wu Zhenren, Jiangxian Palace and Zhang Sheng were enshrined. They are all real people, and they are respected and worshipped by later generations for being citizens. But what attracts me most is the architecture of Longjian Temple, especially the decoration on the eaves and the design of the cornices.
Direct workers, basically every year, I go there once and feel very close. Because,
Tzu Chi Palace on Green Reef, a challenging staircase with sincerity and spirit