Quanzhou Keshan Temple
Keshan Temple is located at the peak of Keshan Mountain in the western suburb of Hui'an County, Quanzhou. The case is for the newly built Dacheng Pavilion. It uses aluminum alloy products as decorative materials. Aluminum alloy is not easy to corrode, has strong plasticity and long service life. Alloy material has become the material of choice for most decorative projects. Outside the Mahayana Pavilion, the decoration of the aluminum alloy bucket arch is the same. The setting of the bucket arch makes the whole building vigorous and atmospheric. As a unique architectural structure in China-the bucket arch, it greatly increases the antique charm of the Dacheng Pavilion. The baffles around the Mahayana Pavilion are also suitable for aluminum alloy materials, metal paint, and grace.
Keshan Temple was built in the Song Dynasty, and then rebuilt in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The temple sits north to south and east to east, with a total area of more than 1,000 square meters. On the same level, it consists of three roads from west to east: Sanbao Hall, Guanyin Hall and Zu Shi Hall of West Road; Wu Temple and Wenchang Pavilion of Middle Road; Zhuang Yingzhen Temple and Liu Wanghai Temple of East Road. The buildings are all mixed structures with buckets and beams. The hard-hill roof and Xieshan-style roof are beautiful to each other. Next to the temple are the "Xi Yu Pavilion" built in the Ming Dynasty and the "Zhi Ling Pavilion" built in the Qing Dynasty.