[Why is there no main entrance to the Harbin Confucian Temple? 】 Harbin Confucian Temple (historical building) is located at 25 Confucian Temple Street, Harbin. Founded in 1926, built in 1929. It is a three-way Chinese classical building complex. Its scale is second only to Qufu Confucian Temple and Beijing Confucian Temple, ranking third in the country. Since 1985, the Heilongjiang Museum of Nationalities has taken it as its building. Why is there no main entrance to the Confucian Temple in Harbin? Because only the place where the champion was born can the Confucian Temple be qualified to build the main entrance. The Confucian Temple in Harbin was built in 1926 (the fifteenth year of the Republic of China) and 1929. China's imperial examination system was abolished in 1905. Harbin had never been a champion before and could never be a champion again. Its main door could not be opened. Therefore, the main entrance was replaced by the Wangegong Wall. (Figure 2 shows the side gate of the later built temple in the 1980s)
What impressed me most this time in Harbin was not the ice and snow world, but the snow scene of the Confucian Temple. Looking from the outer circle, it seemed as if time had retreated back to that era and even slowed down unconsciously. This was undoubtedly the gift of this trip for me who liked Chinese ancient architecture.
Harbin Confucian Temple is the largest Confucian Temple in Northeast China. It has three courtyards, Panchi, archways, temples and so on. It also contains a museum of famous ethnic groups, some introduction of marriage customs and exhibition of wedding articles. The whole visit takes half an hour. Tickets are free.
It's a good place to go in Harbin! Traffic is more convenient, there is a subway station. Suitable for parents of junior and senior high school students to pray for the success of the exam. There were not many people going there two days ago. Tickets were free. You can come and visit. Have a good time.
On the campus of Harbin Engineering University, it is the best preserved Confucian Temple in the three eastern provinces and the last one to be built. It is a miracle that the buildings inside were not destroyed during the Cultural Revolution. Red Gate, glazed tiles, stone tablets, etc. are exquisite and worthy of careful taste. Those trees that have grown for decades are engraved with the history of the Confucian Temple and will be accompanied to the future! Although the building is in good condition, the exhibits in those halls are ordinary!
The beautiful Confucian Temple in Harbin wants to be the champion in ancient times.
Panchi is a half-moon-shaped pool in front of Dachengmen, also known as Pangong, meaning Pangong Pool, which is the symbol of official learning. Ancient princes could not observe the four directions, so they lacked the knowledge of the Son of Heaven to the south of the east, so they were called Pangong. The single-hole arch bridge on Panchi is called Panqiao. In the imperial examination, Confucius was worshipped and the entrance ceremony was performed, which was called entrance ceremony. Because it was built in the early Republic of China, the imperial examination was abolished, so there is no ritual to be tested.
This is a free scenic spot. There are several historical introductions of minority nationalities in the National Museum. It's a bit interesting. It's a place for high school candidates to pray for. If you have enough time, you might as well have a look. It's quiet and cultural. But the closing time was early, at 4 p.m. One and a half hours to two hours.
The Confucian Temple is the National Museum, near the Harbin Project. It happened to be there. There are no tickets. The buildings inside are beautiful, red walls, green tiles and shady pines and cypresses. It is a good place for leisure to have old people and children wandering in it.