On the side of the road entering Jingting Mountain Scenic Area, you saw the Xuancheng Guangjiao Temple. The twin towers in the temple were built in the third year of Shaosheng in the Northern Song Dynasty (1096 AD). The two towers are opposite to each other. The distance between the two towers is 26.9 meters. It was announced as a provincial key cultural relics protection unit in 1988 and became a national key cultural relics protection unit in 1988. The appearance of the twin towers is imitated in the form of a square pavilion in the Tang Dynasty, the internal structure and details are replaced by bricks, which not only follows the style of the Tang Dynasty, but also has strong architectural characteristics of the Song Dynasty. The surrounding vegetation is dense and the environment is beautiful.
Under the leadership of Master Fu, he specially came to Guangjiao in Xuancheng, Anhui. This temple has been destroyed many times, leaving only the twin towers. It seems to have a long history. Tickets are free and there are many stories inside.
It is very worth seeing. The national key cultural relic, built in the Northern Song Dynasty in 1096, is square and imitates the tower of the Tang Dynasty, but the top of the tower is damaged and incomplete beauty. It's free, but the door doesn't open on Monday. The old Guangjiao Temple only has the ruins, which seems to be building the ruins.
The third batch of national key cultural relics protection units, buildings in the Northern Song Dynasty. The East and West Twin Towers look the same at first glance, but there are quite a few differences. Be careful when you look at it.
I went on business in Xuancheng these two days. The project was near Jingting Mountain. I went to the Guangjiao Temple Pagoda. It’s very historical.
Preston_Dominguez: Xuanzhou, Xuancheng, Anhui, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Jingting Mountain,Guangjiao Pagoda,Xuancheng Wine Culture Museum,Chen Mountain Site,Zhaoheshiji Gallery