|Historical site:||Confucius Temple|
|Location:||Asia > China > Qufu|
The Historical Site
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||孔庙|
|Also known as:||Kǒng miào|
|Environment type:||Add Data|
|Location type:||urban, town|
What can we see or do there?
|Attractions:||Dacheng Hall , Confucius Family Cemetery|
|Services:||bathrooms, ticket office|
|Currency:||Chinese Yuan Renminbi (CNY)|
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How long should it take us?
|Average time taken:||1 hour|
|High season:||Golden Week, New Year|
|Low season:||November, December|
How can we get in contact?
|Country calling code:||+86|
What are the numbers and averages?
|The Confucius Temple complex in Qufu is reportedly one of most significant historical sites in China. The complex began with the home of Confucius himself around 200BC, which was turned into a temple two years after his death. Since then, numerous rooms, halls and courtyards have been added, destroyed, and then restored.|
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|This is a popular attraction so do try to arrive early, or on an out of season mid-week day, if you want to miss the crowds.|
|It is possible to buy a ‘through’ ticket which allows access to this (with Dacheng Hall) and also the Confucius Family Cemetery for around CNY130.|
|If you want to see everything, this is a relatively big site so allow an hour or so to wander.|
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