The full name of Shakya Tower, Shakya Temple, is located in the northwest of Yingxian County, Shuozhou City, Shanxi Province.
Built in the second year of Liaoning and Qing Ning (1056 AD in the three years of the Song Dynasty), the sixth year of Jin Mingchang (the first year of the Southern Song Dynasty, 1195 AD), it was completed. Protection unit, national AAAA -level scenic spot. It is also called "the world’s three major Kita" with the Bisa diagonal tower in Italy.
In 2016, Shakya Tower was identified by the Guinness World Records and became the world’s tallest wooden tower. The Taihang Mountain Grand Canyon is located at the junction of the two provinces of Jinyu, located in the east of the southeast of Changzhi City, Shanxi Province, and the east of the south Taihang. The Taihang Mountain Grand Canyon is the National AAAA -level scenic spot, the National Geological Park, and the National Forest Park.
There are more than 400 landscapes connected by the three Great Canyon of Wuxi Gorge, Wang Mangxia, and Longquan Gorge as the main line.
The main scenic spots include Baquan Gorge, Hongdou Gorge, Qinglong Gorge, Heilongtan and Zituan Mountain. Wang Mangling Scenic Area is located in the ancient suburbs of Lingchuan County, Jincheng City, Shanxi Province. Here Yunhai, Sunrise, Qifeng, Songtao, Hanging Road Highway, Hongyan Grand Canyon, and three -dimensional waterfalls have formed the most famous natural landscape of eight hundred miles. The reputation of "Taihang Supreme".
Wutai Mountain, also known as Qingliang Mountain, is located in the northeast of Wutai County, Shanxi. It is the first of the four major Buddhist mountains in China. It is called "Golden Wutai". It is also called "Wutai Mountain" because of the five peaks.
It is said that Wutai Mountain is the dojo of Wenshu Bodhisattva.
Wutai Mountain is the only Buddhist dojo in China and the yellow temples in China. The most heyday was the Tang Dynasty. According to the "Gu cooling Biography", there were as many as 300 in Quanshan Temple, and there were 47 existing temples.