Mingtang & Tiantang Introduction

· The Mingtang was built in 688 AD by Wu Zetian at the site of the Qianyuan Hall of the main palace in Luoyang with the ancient Ming Hall system. Archaeological excavations in the 1980s.

The Mingtang is 294 feet high, 300 feet from north to south, and 300 feet from east to west. There are three layers: the lower layer corresponds to four o’clock on the four sides, namely spring, summer, autumn and winter; In the middle of the Mingtang, there are giant wooden pillars, which serve as the backbone to which the Dougong beam frame is attached.

· Tiantang is an important palace in Luoyang City Palace in Sui and Tang Dynasty, and it is also the hall of worship of Wu Zetian. The Paradise Site is located 155 meters northwest of the Mingtang Site and west of the Miyagi axis area. It is a building site with a five-layered circular load-bearing foundation on a square platform. Buddha statue building.

Add: North of Dingding Road, Zhongzhou Road, Old Town, Luoyang

Tickets: ¥ 120

Opening hours: 8: 30——20: 30

Time reference: 2 hours

Luoyang Mingtang & Tiantang Scenic Area was built on the site of the Sui and Tang Dynasty Palace in the past, and became a must-see in Luoyang. Here is Empress Wu Zetian’s political center in the capital of Luoyang, the scenic spot mainly contains two buildings, Mingtang and Heaven. The Ming Hall is the main palace of the imperial palace ruled by Wu Zetian, also known as “Vientiane Shrine”. Heaven is Wu Zetian’s royal hall of worship and the tallest building in ancient Chinese history.

At the beginning of the night with lanterns, looking at heaven from this perspective, there is another kind of beauty. The golden pavilion, which can be seen from a distance, tells us that this is a building related to Buddhism. In addition, many of my friends saw “The Great Empire of Di Renjie”. The giant Buddha in the film really exists in the building in front. The building in front of it is just a protection display built to protect the heavenly ruins of the Wu Zetian period of the Tang Dynasty.

Mingtang is the main hall of Luoyang imperial palace during the Wu Zetian period of the Tang Dynasty, also known as Vientiane shrine. Mingtang is a ritual building of Confucianism. It was a place of ancient emperor Mingzheng and religion. All ceremonies such as sacrifices, pilgrimages, celebrations, and elections were held here. How can the Mingtang interior be summed up with a “luxury”, but this is only a site protection building. When you reach the first floor, you can see the Tongxinzhukeng site, as well as an introduction to Wu Zetian’s achievements during the Wu Zhou period. There is also a free arc screen movie. You can watch it.

Tips:

1. There are abundant performances in the scenic area. It is recommended to arrive before 10am and before 3pm.

2. The night scene at night is very beautiful, and you can take photos and take photos outside the scenic area.

Bai juyi (1) Car Rental (1) China War God (1) Dingdingmen (3) Dried Lacquer Statues (1) Erlitou Site Museum (1) Fengxian Temple (1) Guanlin Temple (1) Guanyu (1) Heluo Culture (1) Kung Fu (3) Lijingmen (1) Longmen Grottoes (26) Luoyang Ancient Art Museum (2) Luoyang Museum (11) luoyang old street (1) Luoyang Peony Festival (29) Luoyang Shovel (1) Mingtang (3) Pagoda Forest (8) Qiyun Pagoda (1) Shaolin Temple (20) Sui Dynasty (1) Tang Dynasty (3) Tiantang (3) Water Banquet (1) White Garden (1) White Horse Temple (4) Wu Zetian (3) Xia Dynasty Capital (1) Xiangshan Temple (3) Yingtianmen (2) Yongning Pagoda (1) Yuntai Mountain (11)

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