Un dettaglio interessante!
Bellissimo particolare; i colori sembrano antichi... un giorno forse erano più brillanti!! Anche quella a continuazione sono scatti notevoli!!
Un salutone, Carlos
Very good shot!
inquadratura perfetta! al millimetro!
Complimenti per questo scatto,GASTONE! E'un genere di particolare che cerco molto...
ps: bell'idea quella delle "fotine"..piacere di conoscerti!
Questo tuo reportage dalla Cina è veramente strepitoso, ti faccio i miei complimenti Gas. Ciao, Marcello
I like this one too
another best of
MARAVILLOSA FOTO, BELLAS IMAGENES, ...SALUDOS DESDE ESPAÑA
anche quì ottima ricerca dei particolari...quanti anni avrà un tetto del genere ? ciao...
Good shot,I like it!
Best of + YS!!
Sincere greetings from Taiwan to China.
Foshan Ancestor Temple (built 1078-85, rebuilt 1392 onward)
The Ancestor Temple was first built during the Northern Song dynasty between 1078 and 1085. Originally, it may have been a temple to the ancestor of a local clan, but by the time it was rebuilt in 1372 at the beginning of the Ming dynasty it was a Taoist temple dedicated to Beidi, the Northern Emperor and god of the waters. The present temple grounds include the original temple on the East side and a Confucian temple from 1911 on the southwest corner, along with shops, restaurants, and examples of the old architecture scattered all over the grounds. The temple has been almost continuously added to and repaired and renovated over the years. Some of the more interesting bits of architecture on display were some stone carvings with caricatures of Europeans that were made during the Qing dynasty.
The main temple complex on the east side is divided into two parts. The north part is a series of covered buildings on a north-south axis. To the south are two courtyards divided by a large archway, called the Lingying Archway. The first has a pond in the middle with drum and bell towers on the east and west sides. The southernmost courtyard was used for Guangdong Opera and has a large stage, the Wanfu Stage at the southern end. The Lingying Archway was built in 1451 when the temple was known as Lingying Temple. The stage dates to the Qing dynasty. It was originally known as Huafeng Stage, but was renamed on the 60th birthday of the Empress Dowager, Cixi.
The northern part of the temple is entered through the Sanmon, a gate facing south with three arched doorways in it. Inside is a court that is open to the sky with towers on the east and west sides. To the north of this there is a hall known as the Qiandian (front hall) with various Taoist decorative items. Along the walls to the left and right are 10 gold colored guardian deities. To the north of this there is another court, but this one is covered with a freestanding pavilion that is called the Qingzhenlou (Pavilion of Truth Celebration). Finally to the north of this is the hall with the main altar to Beidi, called the Dadian (big hall). Two smaller altars to other deities flank the main altar.
Questo tetto è un dettaglio di una costruzione dentro il tempio di cui sopra c’è la descrizione. E’ un tempio molto singolare dell’epoca Song.
This is a detail of a roof of a building inside the temple here above mentioned. It is a very unique temple of the Song period.
Grazie infinite per i gentili commenti, thank you for the kind comments.
Ermanno il piacere è anche mio
Majid thank you for the BO
Andrea questo tetto ha almeno 700 anni secondo la descrizione che ho messo poco sopra.
Enson thank you for your great BOYS for this image.
Grazie nuovamente con la certezza di reincontrarci su Pan.
Un abbraccio, a big hug.
Ciao GAST1, utilizzo questo tuo bellissimo particolare per postare il ringraziamento per il tuo voto alla mia foto partecipante al NPC May 2010: STREETS
Di nuovo ciao, Paolo
Caro Paolo, ti ringrazio per la visita. Riguardo il voto ho voluto premiare una bella foto.
Un caro saluto,
Un particolare davvero interessante Gastone. Mi rendo conto di quanta accuratezza abbiano usato per comporre un dettaglio del sotto tetto, probabilmente neanche destinato ad essere osservato troppo, e ti ringrazio per questo. Ilda
Thanks for sharing a nice picture and the information about the temple. Krgs, nguyentran
Like very much.
Regards from Belgrade
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Photo taken in Chancheng, Foshan, Guangdong, China
Misplaced? Suggest new location