Main scenic spots in Luzhou
Located in Luzhou city. It was built in the 18th year of Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty (1148), in the year of Hongzhi of Ming Dynasty (1488-1505), in the 14th year of Guangxu of Qing Dynasty (1884) and in 1985, and has been well preserved.
Located on Jiuxi River, Datian Township, Luxian county. It was built in Hongwu Period of Ming Dynasty. It is 54 meters long, 1.9 meters wide and 5 meters high. It is a rare large stone carving bridge in the Ming Dynasty in China. Among the 14 piers, there are eight carved dragons, elephant lions and unicorns. Its art is exquisite, the sword technique is firm, and the image is vivid and unique.
Hundred sub graph
Located in the northwest corner of Luzhou city. The original name is Zhenru temple. It was first built in 1668, the seventh year of Kangxi in song and Qing Dynasties, and cultivated in 1788 in the fifth year of Qianlong reign. Because the temple wall has "secular hundred children painting" stone carvings, it is known as "hundred children painting".
Located in the western suburb of the city. It was built in Shuhan. It has a total length of 7 Li. Tuojiang River in the north and the Yangtze River in the south. It is named after a giant dragon penetrating the two rivers. On December 1 of the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), the Luzhou uprising led by Liu Bocheng and others broke out. 100000 reactionary forces encircled the revolutionary army and launched a decisive battle before longtouguan.
The Red Army crosses the Taiping ferry of Chishui
During the long march of the first front army of the Red Army, the ruins of the four crossing Chishui River were all located in Gulin County, with taipingdu exhibition hall and monument.
Zhujiashan stone garden
Zhujiashan stone garden is composed of the outer garden, the former residence of Zhu De and the stone garden. They are modern architecture, late Qing architecture and early Republican architecture. When Zhu De was stationed in Lu, he set up "Donghua Poetry Society" and often held activities here.