The Wenmiao Confucius Temple was build during the Ming Dynasty era in the 14th century and bears some resemblance in style and architecture with the Forbidden City, which was build in the same period. Is has 4 courtyards and it honours the life and achievements of famous philosopher Confucius and his disciples.
You can see the normal characteristics of Chinese temples such as the depictions of dragons on the roof tiles and the marble stones bridges.
While you are there you can enjoy a nice cup of green tea, while you enjoy the quiet atmospehere.
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