Tiezhu lock Jiaolongevity Palace

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According to previous research, there is a famous Longevity Palace in Nanchang, so after the end of Bayi Square, I rode an electric donkey to the Longevity Palace.

How could this little Nanchang have three longevity palaces!

One is Xishan Longevity Palace, located in Xishan Town, Xinjian District, also known as Yulong Longevity Palace. It is a famous thousand-year-old ancient view in the south of the Yangtze River, the ancestral courtyard of Jingming, loyalty and filial piety, the twelfth cave of the thirty-six caves of Taoism, and the thirty-eighth of the seventy-two blessed places. It was built to commemorate the famous Taoist Xu Xun of the Jin Dynasty. It has a history of 1700 years.

The second is the Xianghu Longevity Palace, which is located on the “Blessing Island” in the heart of Xianghu Lake in Qingyunpu District. With a construction area of ​​about 4,600 square meters, it is a Taoist holy place of Zhengyi School.

The third is the Tiezhu Longevity Palace, also known as Jingdeguan, Yanzhenguan, and Longevity Palace. It is located on Zhongshan Road in Xihu District and was also built to commemorate Xu Xun. It is now developed into the Wanshou Palace Historic District. This Longevity Palace is the most recent and has the longest history. This is where I went.

Nanchang Wanshou Palace is a famous Taoist temple in the center of Nanchang City. It was built in the sixth year of Yongjia in the Western Jin Dynasty (312 years) and was built by Xu Xun , one of the four Taoist heavenly masters who worshipped Jingyang county magistrate.

Tang Xiantong years (860-874 years), known as Tiezhuguan (Tiezhu Palace).
In the second year of Xiangfu in Dazhong of Song Dynasty (1009), it was renamed Jingdeguan.
In the eighth year of Zhenghe in the Northern Song Dynasty (1118), it was renamed Yanzhenguan.
In the first year of Jiading in the Southern Song Dynasty (1208), it was renamed Tiezhu Yanzhen Palace, and the plaque of the imperial book “Tiezhu Yanzhen Palace” was placed on the palace.
In the first year of Ming Zhengtong (1436), it was renamed Tiezhu Palace.
In the 45th year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (1566), Emperor Shizong of the Ming Dynasty named Miaoji Wanshou Palace.
In the 14th year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1657), it was renamed Wanshou Palace.
In the fourth year of the Republic of China (1915), the shop next to the palace caught fire, and the palace continued to burn, and two halls were burned. All sectors of the province and city raised funds for reconstruction, which took five years.
During the “Cultural Revolution” in 1970, the palace was demolished and the No. 21 Middle School was established on the old site.
In August 2014, Tiezhu Wanshou Palace was rebuilt.

Nanchang Longevity Palace. (2021-08-29). Baidu Encyclopedia. https://baike.baidu.com/item/Nanchang Longevity Palace/22186097

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