Tiger Tree Pavilion2012-05-21

In the late Tang Dynasty (AD 618~907), Southern zenist and eminent monk Chuang Zi loved the natural landscape.

Monk and Pagoda2012-05-21

According to legend, a monk roamed around the world and arrived at the nine peaks in the Taipingxingguo Period of the Northern Song Dynasty (AD 960~1127).

Zhou Chu found a teacher in Small Kunshan Mountain2012-05-21

Lu Yun (AD 262~303) was gentle, quiet, intelligent and fond of learning. He could read the Analects of Confucius and the Book of Songs at five years old and could write compositions at six years old.

Folk customs-Dragon festival2012-05-21

In the past, on the second day of each second lunar month, people would hold a festival to offer sacrifice to the dragon in Hengshan Mountain.

Folk customs-Temple fairs2012-05-21

In Hengshan Mountain, there was Baiyun Nunnery, enshrining Goddess Doumu and Wanglaoye. In each lunar March, a three-day temple fair would be held. People living in the townships nearby would attend the fair.

Folk customs-Spring outing in Qingming2012-05-21

Around Qingming, spring comes.

Folk customs-Climbing mountains at Chongyang Festival2012-05-21

In the Ming and Qing dynasties, at each Chongyang Festival on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month, thousands of people from the townships nearby would go to Tianma Mountain and Hengshan Mountain.

Folk customs-Burning incense2012-05-21

In the ancient times, Tianma Mountain was full of water and people mostly lived on fishing. In order to pray to the gods for a safe trip, whenever people went to the lake for fishing, they would go to Tianma Mountain to offer incense.

Sheshan Mountain Historical Site2012-05-21

In August 1961, when the Shanghai Cultural Relic Management Committee and local cultural authority investigated the cultural relics in the area of Sheshan Mountain, they discovered a tomb built in the Han Dynasty (202 BC~ 220 AD) at the foot of a slope off East Sheshan Mountain.

Zhongjia Mountain Historical Site2012-05-21

The site is located at the southern foot of Zhongjia Mountain near Tianma Mountain. In 1960, when local farmers were digging mud, they found black-skinned pottery dou (stem bowl), clay grey pottery and other incomplete vessels, the pottery pieces with back-shaped pattern, mesh pattern and other impressed patterns, and incomplete stone vessels.

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