Presentation on theme: "Mianshan Mountains 2009.8 Shanxi China If you did not climb up the Mianshan Mountains, you have no chance to enjoy the wonderful scenery of the mountains."— Presentation transcript:
Mianshan Mountains 2009.8 Shanxi China If you did not climb up the Mianshan Mountains, you have no chance to enjoy the wonderful scenery of the mountains in Shanxi, not far from Beijing. Its fantastic scenes are attractive, shocking the tourists. Atop the mountains you will see they are so magnificent that they seem to embrace the universal, everything on the earth. Also you can have a wonderful view of numerous low peaks around the Mianshan Mountains which stand out of them. So this is why such a precipitous mountain attracts flocks of visitors. More than its precipitous cliffs, the mountain demonstrates its great compassion of Buddhism inside. The Mianshan Mountains shows a combination of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. In the area of dozens of kilometers around, ancient temples can be seen everywhere.
Mianshan Mountains is located at south of Jiexiu City of Shanxi province, China.
the Dailuo Palace, Known as the “No. 1 Taoist Temple” on earth, it contains multi-story buildings, some pavilions rising one higher than another, painted beams and carved beams, with a floorage of over 10,000 sq m. The Biggest of Taoist Temple
The Zhengguo Temple in Mianshan Mountain boasts picturesque natural scenery and unique and miraculous cultural sites. The Zhengguo Temple preserves the statues mould with the dead bodies of 12 eminent monks. The Zhengguo Temple
The Jiegong Shrine boasts the largest grotto temple in China, b uilt in a huge hillside cave, it is 22 meters high, 40 meters wide and 25 meters deep, With a total area of more than 20,000 square meters. The Jiegong Shrine
Inside the temple, there is an 11-meter high statue of Jiezitui, dozens of reliefs on the cave walls and columns vividly depict Jiezitui’s life.