Jade Emperor Pavilion

 

Jade Emperor Pavilion, Yi Shan National Park,
Jade Emperor Pavilion, Yi Shan National Park, Shandong, China

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In my opinion no one does ornate like the Chinese. It seems like every inch of some of the temples and buildings you see would be a framed work of art anywhere else. An example of this is the Jade Emperor Pavilion on top of Yi Shan, which is a national park just southwest of Weifang in the Shandong province.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ornate.”

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3 thoughts on “Jade Emperor Pavilion”

    1. It was great. This is a place I never knew existed until we were in the car on our way. While I was in China at the end of October the family of one of my son’s students took us with them on an outing to Mount Yi. I am hoping to pull together and share more pictures and memories from this outing over the next week.

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      1. I will look forward to seeing them. What a fascinating trip and even better when you have someone who lives there showing you the extra special points of interest.

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