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Nanjing Confucius Temple - Qinhuai scenery with scenic -5-2013

Confucius Temple Confucius Temple Qinhuai River scenic belt in the center , Qinhuai River as a link, including the Qinhuai River on both sides of streets, houses, monuments and scenic spots nearby , set the monuments, gardens , boats , streets , castles and folk customs in one, there are attractive Qinhuai lantern Night Market and Jinling , folklore attractions, local delicacies , so that foreign tourists intoxicated . Six times, the Confucius Temple area has been quite busy , Wu Yixiang , Suzaku Street ferry leaves , etc., are all time high gate Han residence . In the Ming Dynasty, the Confucius Temple , as Imperial College imperial examination room , candidates gathered , so here focused on a number of service industries , restaurants, tea houses, brothels have emerged, the Qinhuai " Dengying even ten, sight-seeing opera singer turbid wave ", " painting boat Xiao drum , day and night without a break , " that was the description of the bustling scene of Qinhuai River on the deformity . Eighteen hundred centuries , there has always been one of the most prosperous places in Nanjing , the reputation of "ten curtain ." For thousands of years , feeding the ancient city of Nanjing Qinhuai River , the Confucius Temple near the river room window is chi silk hanging scroll , ten curtain , Sheng lightship , the armor in the world .

Copyright: Jacky Cheng
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13000x6500
Taken: 13/10/2013
Uploaded: 25/02/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015


Tags: nanjing; confucius; temple; qinhuai; scenery; with; scenic; 2013
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