Quanzhou, as an ancient city, brings many surprises to people. To come to Quanzhou, we must go to Qingyuan Mountain. Qingyuan Mountain must see Laojunyan, the scenic spot. Laozi's statue is worthy of being (Laozi is the first in the world). The sculpture has the longest history, the most absolute and the largest. Dakaiyuan Monastery is even more remarkable. There are two towers in the East and west, a ring platform and a memorial hall of Li Shutong. The West Lake Park in Quanzhou is also very good. Quanzhou food is even more amazing. Watergate dough paste, good beef stalks of the Caicai Beef House, Bell Tower Lan's steamed dumplings, fish ball soup and so on are still salivating.
Quanzhou, the prefectural division under the jurisdiction of Fujian Province, referred to as "carp", alias Cyprinus carpio City and Ertong City, is located in the southeastern coast of Fujian Province, north of Fuzhou, south of Xiamen, east of Baodao Taiwan, four districts under the jurisdiction of three cities, five counties and Quanzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone, Quanzhou Taiwanese Business Investment Zone. It is one of the three major central cities determined to be bigger and stronger in Fujian Province. It is the first cultural capital of East Asia in the country and the United Nations Educa The sole recognition of the maritime Silk Road starting point by the cultural organization is the twenty-first Century Maritime Silk Road antecedent area, which is included in the national "" strategy.
Quanzhou is the starting point of the Silk Road on the sea. It seems that it has traveled through hundreds of years, countless ancient temples, endless city buildings and ruins. The whole city is worth savoring carefully. It tastes the delicacies of southern Fujian along the way and quietly kills this rare leisure.
In addition to Qingyuan Mountain, there are South Shaolin, Guandi Temple and Confucian Temple in Quanzhou. The most famous one is Kaiyuan Temple, which is situated in the center of Quanzhou City. The East and West towers stand in the front corner of the temple. There are old streets in front of the temple worth visiting. Quanzhou temples do not need tickets. The night view is good, too.
Quanzhou, known as the carp city in ancient times, is now the carp city. It used to be one of the four major ports in the world, the largest port in the East, the place where commerce, trade and culture intersect. Many historic sites have been handed down to show its brilliant history. Dakaiyuan Temple, Fuwen Temple, Qingjing Temple, Guanyue Temple, Chengtian Temple, Tianhou Palace, Wu ancestral temple and so on are not far apart, can be reached on foot, are free to visit. There are also Stein Ginger Duck Shop and so on to provide delicious food.
Quanzhou, the capital of East Asian culture, has a slow life. The road of Tianhou Temple, Tianhou Temple, Kaiyuan Temple, Zhonglou Temple, is lined with the ancient city of Chongwu. Although the place is small, the scenery and humanistic feelings should not be reduced at all. I'd like to come next time.
Quanzhou was first developed in the Zhou, Qin and Han Dynasties. It was established in Dongan County in 260 AD. It was one of the four major ports in the world in the Tang Dynasty. It was praised as a bright city by Marco Polo. It was the largest port in the East in the Song and Yuan Dynasties. It once had a prosperous scene of "Shizhou people in the city" and "Wanguo merchants in the sound of rising sea". Quanzhou is known as the World Religious Museum. UNESCO will locate the world's first "World Multicultural Exhibition Center" in Quanzhou.
The core of the ancient city is Kaiyuan Temple. Quanzhou is not big, but there are many historical stories, which are worth visiting. Having seen the twin towers, I went to the front of the Daxiong Palace. The huge plaque above the palace was written with four characters "Sanglian Fajie" in response to the saying of Sang Kaibailian.
The whole village is well preserved, the streets are clean and distinctive.