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Shibaozhai (Shibao Village)

Shibaozhai, Shibao Village

By taking a ride via the river from Chongqing heading towards east, you will come to Shibao Village. The first glance from the map shows Shibao Village of Zhong County. This is the stone structure of ancient construction with four walls like truncates and the height of 50 meters, standing erected on the east of Zhong County north shore Yangtze River on the jade India mountain.

The entire stronghold is composed by three parts namely the stronghold gate, the stronghold body the top stronghold ancient temple. During the reign of Qianlong early years of Qing dynasty, a temple was constructed with the aid of the frame on the cliff with wire rope in the summit. In the Jiangqing years, a skilled craftsman was invited to study substitutes for the wire rope to climb the mountains.

Therefore, the pavilion construction was built by relying upon the mountain contour. There are nine pavilion, four corners tripartite, and layer after layer of buttress in the stronghold. The only way of access is through mountaineering. Thereafter Summit ancient temple is named famous emperor palace.

There are three tertiary altogether; built during Kangxi Dynasty, leaning against a railing looking out into the distance, billowing Yangtze River, with infinite scenery. It is reputed to be "one of the world's eight strangest constructions".

From then on, pilgrims and tourists are exempted from the pain of climbing the wire rope and can go up directly via the link summit. The construction was changed to 12 levels in 1956 and this spot is now where tourists can look into the distance Yangtze River scenery from a high place lesser Penglai.

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