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Gushan Mountain

2012-05-29

To the south of the summit stands the Yongquan Temple on a piece of flatland about 450 meters above sea level. The 1,000-year-old temple represents the cream of China's ancient architecture. There are also many inscriptions on precipices.

Hualin Temple

2012-05-29

The Hualin Temple was built in the second year (964) of the Qiande reign in the Northern Song dynasty (960-1127). The Northern Song Dynasty had already unified the northern part of the nation while the King of Wuyue was taking Fuzhou as a separatist regime by force of arms.

Fujian Provincial Museum

2012-05-29

The Museum boasts more than 50,000 cultural relics, of which 360-odd items are of the first grade, mainly including rare artworks, excavations and revolutionary documents. Most notable cultural relics in the Museum include silk costumes unearthed in a Southern Song (1127-1279) tomb

Thousand Buddha Pottery Pagoda

2012-05-29

It was originally built in Longrui Temple and moved to the present site in 1972 due to the original temple collapsed. Two pagodas stand at both sides of it, with Grandeur Misfortune Thousand Buddha Pagoda in the east and Puxian Misfortune Thousand Buddha Pagoda in the west.

Anping Bridge (Five Li Bridge)

2012-05-29

Anping Bridge spans the bay between Jinjiang County and Nan'an County. Anhai County is also referred to as Anping County, hence the name of the bridge. Its construction lasted for 13 years, beginning from the 8th year (1138) of the reign of Shaoxing of the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279).

Tomb of Lin Zexu

2012-05-29

He served as an official during the Qing dynasty in 13 provinces for more than 40 years. In 1839, Lin, who was governor-general of Hunan-Guangzhou, was appointed to commissioner of Guandong Province when his move to ban opium received high acclaim.

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