Confucius Temple at No. 55 Zhuxiang East Road, Cicheng Town,
Intersection with civil rights road.
Cicheng Confucian Temple is the only school with the most complete preservation in eastern Zhejiang. It was listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit in 2006. The Confucian Temple is a place used to sacrifice Confucius, a great thinker, politician, and educator in China.
It was built in the first year of Yongxi in the Northern Song Dynasty, and moved to the current site in 1048. The Confucian Temple still has its original appearance during the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty.
It is said that during the "Cultural Revolution" period, when the Confucian Temple of Cicheng was facing a catastrophe, it was some local people of insight who plastered the outer wall of the Confucian Temple with lime and respectfully wrote "quotations", which made this now a treasure The ancient building survived.
According to old records: The Confucian Temple is an educational administrative institution dedicated to Confucius and the county. It is dedicated to the Dacheng Hall and the Ancestral Hall, and has two special offices, "Education" and "Training". student.
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