太清宫Tai Qing Gong
It was named by local inhabitants as “Lao Jun Dian” (老君殿) – a temple for worshipping “Tai Shang Lao Jun” (太上老君). Located at the mountain peak, the temple took a shape like the crown of a crane. The original construction was started in the Han Dynasty, and was finally completed and officiated in the Tang Dynasty as “He Ming Taoist Temple”. During the Song Dynasty, some extensions and repairs were made. In the Ming Dynasty, the temple was reconstructed, but the last remains of the original temple were “Tai Qing Gong” on Tian Zhu Peak.
Today, a new “Lao Jun Dian” has been rebuilt on the original site, a cement structure that imitates the architectural style of the Han Dynasty. A bronze sculpture with gold gilt, with a height of 2.8 meters, has been erected on the premises.