GuqinTai, the birthplace of one of China's top ten ancient songs, "Alpine Flowing Water", is also known as the Three Famous Places of target=_blank >Wuhan with the Yellow Crane Tower and Qingchuan Pavilion.

Guqintai, also known as Yu Botai, was built in the Northern Song Dynasty and was rebuilt in the early years of Qing Jiaqing (AD 1796). It is located on the shore of the beautiful Moon Lake at the foot of the Hanshan Mountain in Hanyang, Hubei Province, east to Guishan and north to Yuehu. It is a famous music and cultural monument in China, a key cultural relics protection unit in Hubei Province, and one of Wuhan's famous cultural relics tourism landscapes. It is known as the “first place in the world”.

According to "Lv's Spring and Autumn" and "Liezi", during the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period, Yu Boya occasionally met the Zhongzi period and played a song "Mountain Flowing Water". The pupils were known as companions and returned to the place after one year. Unexpectedly, one year later, the boy came back from the appointment, but he learned that the child had died of illness, and the sorrow of the tooth was no longer a drum, and the history was called the singer.

The Guqintai building covers an area of ​​about 15 acres. In addition to the main building of the hall, there are courtyards, forest gardens, flower beds, tea rooms, etc. The scale must be small, but the layout is exquisite and well-defined. There is a piano stand in front of the temple, a square stone bench made of white marble, about 20 square meters, which is said to be the place where the fangs are.







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