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Wuhou Memorial Temple
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Reviewed 13 June 2014

Lots of stories written on plaques beside the famous figures who appeared in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. There were descriptions of their brave feats as well as their contributions to the war going on at that time.

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Reviewed 5 June 2014

Beautiful surroundings, gardens and ponds, peaceful environment, typical temple landscaping. If you are not into the Three Kingdoms story, this is just another temple in China.

Easily accessible, worth a visit and a stroll for an hour or two. But you will certainly gain more from the Jinli street which is located a few meters away.

Thank AlexPOxford_UK
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Reviewed 20 May 2014

You tell me another temple yes they all nice sure they look the same, but I love it , just near the jilin street this temple has to be see

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Reviewed 6 April 2014 via mobile

So, my knowledge of the Three Kingdoms is very limited, which makes the statues, and relationship of the people to them, not so interesting for me. It's a 60rmb entry fee (free under 6). The gardens, ponds, bonsai, and temple architecture are nice enough for a walkabout for 2 hours or so end to end. The main entrance is mayhem.

Off to the side is Jinli Street, which is basically a tourist fest, but you can get snacks and trinkets if you don't have other stops planned.

Thank Blib2
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Reviewed 25 March 2014

There are oversized status of soldiers and diplomats from 225ad. It's like a memorial to them. You can read about their life and death...most fought to the death.

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