In the east of Dacheng hall, there are many cultural relics, such as Chongsheng temple, Minghuan temple, Confucius spring well inscribed by song Taishou and so on.
There are several exhibition halls for cultural relics, historical celebrities and ancient education.
There are two gates on the left and right.
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A terrace is built in front of the hall, and the balustrade waist is embedded with emerald rock reliefs such as Yanglian, Fulian, Fusang, camellia, peony and hibiscus.
Eight relief Panlong eaves columns are very rare in Confucian temple buildings in China.
Time: Song Zhiqing address: Quanzhou Prefecture Confucian temple, Zhongshan Middle Road, Licheng District, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province.
The building is a large-scale Confucian temple complex integrating the architectural forms of the song, yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties; It has a long history, complete regulation, great momentum and rich cultural connotation.
It is 7 rooms wide and 5 rooms deep.
It is the largest Confucian temple complex well-known in Southeast China; It is the organic combination of the Central Plains culture of the Song Dynasty and the ancient architectural art of Southern Fujian.
The broad terrace in front of the temple, moon shaped pan Chi, Pan Bridge of the Yuan Dynasty [this is today’s protagonist] Dacheng Hall of veranda architecture of the Song Dynasty – Dacheng Hall of Confucian temple in Quanzhou Prefecture, In front of the hall are panchi and the bridge built in the Yuan Dynasty (photo from sunshine518).
The memorial archway in front of Quanzhou Prefecture Confucian temple in Fujian Province is located in the downtown area.
The partition fan of the Dacheng Hall of the Confucian temple and the embossed dragon gold column.
Dacheng hall is a typical double eaves veranda structure of the Song Dynasty.
There are square pools and stone bridges in front of the court, surrounded by stone railings.
These buildings form a complete architectural complex.
The bridge deck is paved with 72 rectangular strips of stone, representing the 72 favorite students of Confucius; There are two verandas in the East and West, and Dacheng gate and jinshengyuzhen gate are in front.
It is a bucket arch lifting beam wood structure supported by 48 white stone columns.
Quanzhou Fuwen temple in Fujian Province (picture from: listening to foot sounds) the Dacheng hall, the main building of the temple, is a typical double eaves veranda structure of the Song Dynasty.
There is a pan bridge built in the Yuan Dynasty, with beam stone structure, arched in the middle and stone guardrails on both sides.
The temple was built here in the early years of Taiping and rejuvenating the country in the Northern Song Dynasty, then moved elsewhere, moved back in the third year of Daguan (1109), and rebuilt in the seventh year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty (1137).
There are 8 embossed Panlong eaves columns on the front, with an ancient and simple style, which is very rare in Confucian temple buildings all over the country.
It is an organic combination of the Central Plains culture of the Song Dynasty and the ancient architectural art of Southern Fujian.
There is an open court outside the door, which can accommodate thousands of people.
The passageway under the stage and the worship court are lined with ancient banyan on both sides, and outside the court is a half moon pan pool.
There are Minglun hall and east-west study rooms in the east of the temple.
There is a statue of Confucius in the center of Dacheng hall, and the imperial book of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty “eternal teacher” is hung on the beam.