The temple was first built in 1872 during Qing Dynasty by the courtesy of local landlord. The government officials carried out two renovation and expansion in 1894 and 1924 respectively. The total area of the temple amounted to 10,000 square meters at the moment. The temple was a tranquil place with lush vegetation and imposing architectures. Unfortunately, it was completely destroyed during Culture Revolution.
In 2002, the temple was rebuilt with the allocation from Changchun Government as a tourist attraction and venue for ceremonies. The current temple is composed of screen wall, pond, bridge, Lingxing Gate, Dressing Room, Confucius Temple, Temple of Mencius, adjacent halls, Dacheng Gate, Dacheng Hall and Chongsheng Hall. They are designed exquisitely and laid out orderly.
On Every February and August in Chinese Lunar calendar, ceremony in memory of Confucius will be held at the platform in front of Dacheng Hall, a big event to promote Confucius culture. The grand ceremony has attracted all tourists from home and abroad.
Location: Dongling Street, Nanguan District, Changchun.
Entrance Fee: RMB 15
Transportation: Take Bus No.1, 80,301,115,301 and get off at Yatai Avenue of Erdao Street.
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