Located on the Dongmennei Street of Nankai District, Confucian Temple which covers an area of 12000 sq meters was constructed in 1436, the first year of Zhengtong, Ming Dynasty. Composed of two parts sponsored, respectively, by the Fu - the Prefecture and the Xian - the County, the Confucian Temple is a place to worship the ancient Chinese thinker and educator Confucius.
Built in a traditional Chinese style named Siheyuan, which is a compound with houses around a square courtyard, Confucian Temple is the best-preserved architectural complex of ancient China in the urban districts of Tianjin. Fu Miao Temple is the main part of the buildings. Its hall is the building specialized for officials and only reserved by now. On the street outside of the Temple, there are two Pailou (big gate), which is the only wood-made ones to be reserved in Tianjin. In 1954, Tianjin Confucian Temple is listed in the first group of municipal class cultural relic. It was rebuilt in large scale in 1985.
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