Fujun Temple in Zhangzi 長子府君廟https://architecturasinica.org/place/000117
- Fujun Temple in Zhangzi (English)
- Zhǎngzǐ Fǔjūnmiào (Pinyin)
- Chang-tzu Fu-chün-miao (Wade-Giles)
- 長子府君廟 (Traditional Chinese)
- 长子府君庙 (Simplified Chinese)
- Shanxi (Pinyin)
- 山西省 (Traditional Chinese)
- 山西省 (Simplified Chinese)
- Zhangzi (Pinyin)
- 长子 (Simplified Chinese)
- 县 (Simplified Chinese)
- County (English)
- Lat. 36.11985° Long. 112.8771667°
Site descriptionAccording to stele inscription at the site, the complex was repared in the 25th year of the Ming Jiajing reign period (1546). The single courtyard encompasses 1,400 square meters. It presently contains a main hall (正殿), a pair of stone lions, and a stele documenting its restoration. The main hall underwent a full restoration again in 2010.1
Dynasty Song - Ming 960 - 1644 2
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- 1 国家文物局. 2006. 中国文物地图集. 山西分册, II (中): 362; 111-C18.
- 2 WILKINSON. 2000. Chinese History: A Manual, 12.
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Tracy Miller, “Fujun Temple in Zhangzi 長子府君廟 ” in Architectura Sinica last modified September 17, 2020, https://architecturasinica.org/place/000117.
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