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Liu Ji Temple
Date:2016-01-05 10:49:26 Source:Wenzhou China Fonts:[ Large Medium Small ]

Located in Jiudu Village, Nantian Township, Wencheng County, Zhejiang Province, Liu Ji temple is an AAA ranking tourism area. In ancient times, the temple was called Chengyibo’s Ancestral Hall ( “Chengyibo” is Liu Ji’’s title of nobility awarded by Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang of the Ming Dynasty) . Under the order of Emperor then, the temple began to be built in 1458 ( the second year of Tianshun of the Ming Dynasty), and was completed in the second year. It is a wooden construction with seven rooms, winding corridors and a central courtyard, covering an area of 3,000 square meters. Since the Qing Dynasty, the temple has been renovated for four times, including a minor repair in 1963. Owing to timely revamp and proper management, now it still keeps the Ming Dynasty architectural features, especially its main hall and wooden memorial archway.

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