Zhang Liang Temple

   Located at the foot of Mt. Zibai, south of Mt. Qinling, Zhang Liang Temple, also called Marquis Zhang Temple in the Han Dynasty (206B.C.-220A.D.), got its name from Zhang Liang's honorable title conferred by Liu Bang, the first emperor in the Han Dynasty. It is a holy land of Chinese Daoism in the early time and a national scenic spot of grade 3A. The temple skillfully combined the northern palace style and the southern garden style as one, with a unique layout interspersed at random, and has been listed among the northwestern “four ancient architectural complex”. With mountains and waters around, it is a pretty and elegant cultural heritage, which makes you feel you are stepping into a fairyland.