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I was in Qufu for an office retreat and we were taken to the Confucius Temple. Honestly, I'm sure there are things to see and do here (and we had a guide so it was my fault for not paying attention), but the heat had...More
With helps of our knowledgeable guide, it was very interesting to visit Confucius Temple in Qufu. According to Chinese culture and tradition, each new dynasty needs to destroy the previous one's family houses/temples to symbolise the establishment of new family orders or called dynasty (She...More
The Temple is looking considerably better after a lot of renovations and the scaffolding has been taken down. Having said that, there is still a lot more necessary. Always an interesting visit and actually a lot to see and learn. Always enjoy the massive Steles...More
Spent a few hours here while in Qufu for a few days. There's some nice things to see, but much of them are replicas, and its really crowded. Nice to see if you're interested in the man and his teachings, but otherwise you won't get...More
This temple complex has been on my bucket list for some time. A wonderful serene place walking through a series of Gates and Pagodas to the Dacheng Palace where the locals make offering to Confucius. If your over 60 years ask for the 50% seniors...More
Great morning out at the Confucious Temple. Lots of information plaques and shared areas for when it got too hot. Some small shops but all selling the same things. Drinks and ice cream very reasonably priced.
The temple is similar to countless others throughout China, but the fact that it is dedicated to Confucius makes it special to his millions of followers. It is well maintained and impressive, though to a Westerner it would easily be confused with any other temple...More