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Shuntian Temple in Fangli

Shuntian Temple in Fangli
 
In the quaint architectural atmosphere, the Shuntian Temple in Fangli brings together the folk love and humanities of the ancient city houses in the house, and it also bears witness to the local history of Yuanli Town.
Asset Classification: Historic Building
Address: No. 26, Nanfang.,Yuanli Tow,Miaoli Cou
Announcement date: 2021/09/22
GPS Coordinates: 120.64661,24.43503
Competent Authority: Miaoli County

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Formerly called Warrowan, later known as Fangli Village, Miaoli's Yuanli area was originally home to the Taokas people, a group of plains indigenous people. During the Qing era, Han Chinese people immigrated to the area, bringing with them Matzu worship. During the reigns of Daoguang Emperor and Xianfeng Emperor in the Qing era, violent fights of various scales often broke out between Zhangzhou and Quanzhou immigrants or Hokkien and Cantonese immigrants. As a result, a community comprised of mostly Quanzhou immigrants moved to the south, settling in Fangli Village. To protect their home from attacks, they began building a wall using clay and stone in the 5th year of Xianfeng Emperor's reign (1855 CE), forming what is known today as Fangli Old City. Located within Fangli Old City, Shuntian Temple is also known as Chengnei Matzu (Matzu in the City). Built in the 28th year of Daoguang Emperor's reign in the Qing era (1848 CE), the temple was renovated twice, once in the 1st year of the Shōwa era (Japanese colonial period; 1926 CE) and another time in 1964 CE. Though the overall structure has been rebuilt, the temple still retains traces of its history and simple elegance. It is now a single-story building with a double gable roof over the main hall and a rear hall that extends on both sides—forming a layout similar to two main structures, two side wings, and two side halls—as well as a baiting (worship pavilion) built in the Japanese colonial period.

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The main hall of Shuntian Palace worships Mazu, and the hall on the right is dedicated to Emperor Shennong
The main hall of Shuntian Palace worships Mazu, and the hall on the right is dedicated to Emperor Shennong
The main hall with a finely carved square-shaped sacred animal bronze net incense burner
The main hall with a finely carved square-shaped sacred animal bronze net incense burner
Mazu's golden body
Mazu's golden body "Emperor sealed the Virgin of Heaven" magic card
The
The "Fanglixi Official Free Ferry Monument for Prohibition" is erected next to the square. Three years before Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty, due to repeated extortion by boatmen, Tamsui Department Tongzhi Lou Yun (years of birth and death unknown) began to invite local officials to donate to the free ferry fund. Administering free ferry salaries, pioneering the official free ferry system in Taiwan
The roof is made of hard mountain purlins, and the roof is decorated with 3 layers of ridge decorations.
The roof is made of hard mountain purlins, and the roof is decorated with 3 layers of ridge decorations.
There are small-sized clairvoyant and downwind-eared generals in the palace, which are very ancient
There are small-sized clairvoyant and downwind-eared generals in the palace, which are very ancient
In the 3rd year of the Showa era (1928), a plaque presented by Fang Lizhuang's disciple Huang Qian (birth and death year unknown), made of metal, was quite special and became one of the few plaques in the Suncheon Palace.
In the 3rd year of the Showa era (1928), a plaque presented by Fang Lizhuang's disciple Huang Qian (birth and death year unknown), made of metal, was quite special and became one of the few plaques in the Suncheon Palace.
The wooden palace plaque of
The wooden palace plaque of "Suncheon Palace" on the lintel of the 43rd year of the Meiji era (1910)
The
The "Zepu Shengmin" plaque presented in the 17th year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1891), this is the oldest plaque in the Shuntian Palace

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