Nanyang Wuhou Temple is known as Zhuge Liang Hut. It is a cluster of ancient buildings that were built to commemorate Zhuge Liang during the Three Kingdoms Period. It is also the site of the sacred Nanyang and the story of "Three Visits to the Cottage" and "The Strategic Decision Making in the Cottage." Stepping into the gate of Wuhou Temple, you face a large worship hall where there are clay statues of Zhuge Liang, his son Zhuge Zhan and his grandson Zhuge Shang. At the front of the main hall is a stele corridor of the Ming Dynasty, inlaid with the stone carvings about the Memorial on Sending Out the Troops by Yue Fei. Some of the buildings toward the back of the temple are part of the Ten Views of Wolong, including Cottage and Yeyun Temple, which are based on scenes from the life of Zhuge Liang.