Sunday, December 21, 2008

Gu Ling Taiwan scenic spot - Chinese tourism scenic spots

Gu Ling Ling-tai Taiwan at the county seat, founded in the 11th century BC during the Shang Zhou, was conquered at this Zhouwen Wang Ling-tai Barry County town along the country to be close, as Zhaode Heaven, to all people alike are building. Tang, as a county official name. The original "Lingtai" sit north to south, with Taiwan-Ben Zhu soil. In history, "Ling-tai," the two Destroyed, two reconstruction.

  In 1933 the rehabilitation of "Ling-tai," Toru blue face, Dikuan 12.3 meters, 12.3 meters high, two-tier Taiwan-hours, built-top gossip kiosks inside the plastic as Zhouwen Wang. Legend built in, coming from the east and two red-crowned cranes, three days in a row around the Feiming Taiwan, the habitat in the text of the ancient Temple Above, a sensation at the county seat, is considered auspicious.

  Now, "Ling-tai," sitting south, Dikuan 18 meters, 33 meters high. Taiwan is divided into three bodies, top-level large hall Zhouwen Wang as a plastic, painted on the walls on both sides of the large-scale murals, again cutting close to the time when Emperor Wen of the magnificent scenes; at the bottom of the monument for the corridors Is a collection of ancient and modern political figures are celebrities wrote, more than 260 pieces of important questions. "Ling-tai," a long history and culture of far-reaching, known as "China's first Festival of Hope."

Lingtai County, not only "Ling-tai," named after, and in order to Shangzhouwenhua remains as the mainstay of the "Grand County Heritage" with being named in Gansu Province "Historical and cultural city." Lingtai County for the richest site of a large number of important and precious historical relics, is a gem of the Chinese nation. 240 have been found in many ancient ruins, 30 ancient tombs, ancient sites 6, the fossils Point 18; a variety of cultural relics have been unearthed in excavations of nearly 10,000, of which more than 3,000 pieces of the province to be Collection of cultural relics departments.

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