Nanshan Temple

according to the historical records of chaozhou history and fengshun county annals,the jianqiao nanshan temple in fengshun county was built in the song dynasty and collapsed in the qianlong period of the qing dynasty The emperor of the Song Dynasty encouraged Buddhism and strongly advocated believers to "Shi Tian into the temple". Therefore, the temple products of Nanshan Temple are very rich.
nanshan temple is located at the southeast end of hanshan scenic area.passing through a deep and quiet forest path with birds and flowers,you can see a ruins full of ruins,which is the ruins of zhaigongtian temple of nanshan temple The site is surrounded by lush forests and lush vegetation. A hundred meters ahead is a raised hill, like a wooden fish drum. The hills are covered with weeds and vines. Surrounded by a low-lying basin of more than 200 mu, this is the zhaigong field of Jianqiao Nanshan Temple in historical records. Not far from the site, there is a clear stream flowing around zhaigongtian. In ancient times, many monks ploughed mountains and fields here for self-sufficiency. In the era of going to the mountains and countryside, a group of educated youth also settled here and cultivated the land, which has a unique taste of a paradise.
It is said that during the heyday of incense, there were more than 100 monks in the temple. It can be seen that Nanshan Temple has a long history, grand scale and profound heritage. Despite years of sun and rain, the building base of Nanshan Temple is still intact. In order to better protect cultural and historical sites and inherit the broad Buddhist culture, our company plans to seal up the ruins of Nanshan Temple, rebuild this ancient temple next to this site, and build a Buddhist culture pilgrimage garden of the largest temple in eastern Guangdong, with a planning area of about 3000 mu. At the same time, we will transform the surrounding forest to make the temple have a good natural environment and restore the original magnificent appearance of Nanshan Temple as much as possible, It adds a strong Buddhist atmosphere to the scenic spot.