It's the most amazing scenic spot to Nanjing. The newly built glass structure has beautiful lighting effect. It's beautiful to keep taking pictures. A bowl of vegetarian noodles at noon tastes good. Thank you for your kindness. Thanksgiving to parents, kindness and good deeds. It's the shock of the soul and the wonderful feeling. Next to it is the Nanjing Holocaust Memorial Hall, which was not completed this time. It was closed for the public memorial day.
Dabao En Temple is located in the urban area of Nanjing. It was rebuilt by Zhu Di, the ancestor of Ming Chengzu, in memory of Zhu Yuanzhang, the ancestor of Ming Dynasty, and Queen Mah. It is the largest and highest temple in Chinese history. It took 19 years to build Dabao Ensi Pagoda. After several ups and downs, Dabao En Temple was flattened by the Taiping Army's artillery fire. What we are visiting now is a modern and artistic museum rebuilt on the site. In the corridor-like building, there are treasures unearthed in the temples and underground palaces. The exquisite craftsmanship of the ancients is amazing. Van Yin surrounds you, stepping on the glass road and looking at the stone bricks that the ancients have passed. The sound of footsteps and voices are quiet... (Closing time: 20:00)
Dabao Ensi Site Park is located outside the Zhonghua Gate of Nanjing City. It was repaired in December 177. Changganli is a Buddhist holy place in the south of the Yangtze River, known as "Buddha Li". From the beginning of the Jianchu Temple in the Eastern Wu Dynasty, Changgan Temple in the Jin Dynasty succeeded and became famous for offering sacrifices. Changgan Temple was revived in the early Song Dynasty, and later renamed Tianxi Temple. It offered sacrifices to Buddha's true parietal bones, inspired parietal bones, sacrifices of all saints and Master Xuanzang's parietal bones. During the Mingle Dynasty, Dabao En Temple, a royal temple, was built to expand its old site and spend the previous generations in Vietnam. Especially the glass tower with its huge structure and magnificent southeast, has long been regarded as a symbol of Chinese architecture by the West. During the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, unfortunately, it was destroyed by war.
Generally speaking, Dabao En Temple is not open at night, unless there is a major event, this night venue by Qinhuai Lantern Festival is specially visited again. Visiting the pavilion in the daytime or in the evening is the same. There are few people at night. You can watch and photograph slowly. You can feel the wisdom of the ancients. Liulita lights up at night, colorful, light and shadow staggered, better than the day N times, if you can climb the top of the tower as in the daytime, overlooking the Zhonghua Gate and Qinhuai River night scene is even better!
It is very different from the ordinary old temple built after living. In addition to its elegance and beauty, it uses a lot of modern scientific and technological means to set off the atmosphere, which makes people feel worshipful. The design elements are everywhere, gorgeous and not vulgar. She likes it very much when she brings her mother here next time.
Like Niushou Mountain Buddhist Ding Palace, it is a place where Buddhist culture is displayed with the latest technology and magnificent architectural style. Because it is a new scenic spot, its supporting facilities and service facilities are perfect, the area such as the Shri Digong Palace in the pavilion is very visual deterrent. As for Dabao Enta, it can only climb up. There is not much to see on the pagoda itself, but it can enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Dabao En Temple is the largest and highest-sized imperial monastery in Chinese history. The monastery ruins are outside the gate of China. Looking at the remaining foundations and corridors, we can see the size of the original monastery. The key point is the seven treasures Ayu King Pagoda unearthed from the underground palace, the bones of Buddha, and the sense of Sari!!!
The most impressive part of Dabao Ensi Site Park is the museum, which is built in China's highest specifications, largest scale, most complete preservation of the temple site on the special museum, beautiful, exquisite design. Classical element style and new media technology are perfectly integrated. Landscape furnishings and lighting effects reflect each other. It can completely refresh your understanding of the museum "beauty". Here, every cultural relic seems to have a life, it travels through the millennium, with its own story, into your eyes. Although the tickets are a little expensive, they are definitely worth it. They are especially suitable for finding few working days, traveling quietly and tasting carefully.
Online tickets can be purchased in advance, and the two-dimensional code in the short message link can be directly brushed into the garden, which is very convenient. Compared with other popular scenic spots, it is quite clean and a Buddhist scenic spot. There are many interactive areas and digital areas, while looking at the digital restoration map and walking through the ruins under your feet, it is still very sad to imagine how beautiful the Liulita would be if it hadn't been destroyed by the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. Along the way, I met a lot of elderly tourists. There were seats and bushes everywhere in the museum. They were suitable for stopping and walking. There were also children's playgrounds, where they could play with sand, bells and pots. The glazed pagoda is newly built. It looks better at night than during the day, but it is also good to have a panoramic view of the Qinhuai River during the day.
Dabao En Temple is the oldest Buddhist religion in Chinese history. It is now the Museum of Dabao En Temple Site. It was beautifully built and the pavilion was well furnished. It was a worthwhile trip. On the top of the tower, you can see the scenery of Qinhuai River. Ticket price 120 people is a little expensive, but it is worth recommending!