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Lama Temple ,Confucius Temple

Lama Temple (Yonghegong) is a famous lamasery in the northeastern part of Beijing. It was built in 1694, as the residence of Emperor Younzheng when he was a prince. During the reign of his son , Emperor Qianlong , it was completely converted into a Lamasery. It played an irreplaceable role in uniting and appeasing minority nations ,especially Mongolian and Tibet , and strengthen the central power of the Qing rulers as well .

Lama Temple mainly consists of seven courtyards from south to north,including three well-decorated elegant archways and six main structure buildings lying along the north-south central axis,with annex halls standing along both sides

Confucious Temple

Confucious Temple in Beijing is the place where people paid homage to Confucius during the Yuan Dynasty , Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. It is the second largest temple constructed for Confucious, the greatest thinker and educationalist in ancient China .

Construction of Beijing Confucius Temple began in 1032 and continued until 1036. It covers 20,000 square meters and has four separate courtyards aligned along a central axis from south to north.The main building was decorated with yellow glazed tiles, symbolizing highest construction standards in ancient society.

there are 198 stone tablets positioned on either side of the front courtyard, and they contains more than 51,624 names of Jinshi (the advanced scholars) of the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, and 14 stone stele pavilions of the Ming and Qing dynasties that hold the precious historical information of ancient China.

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