1. Taishan

Taishan is also known as "Zhu Zong", and "岱" is the mountain. Taishan is located on the North China Plain at an altitude of 1,545 meters. In the height of the Five Sacred Mountains, it ranks third, but it is listed as the "first of the Five Sacred Mountains" in the general trend of the land, and is known as the "Five Sacred Respects." The history and culture of Mount Tai has a long history. It is said that with the spread of Confucius's "Ten Taishan and the Little World", it gradually became a symbol of "greatness" and "sublimity." The emperors of the past regarded it as the embodiment of "God." Because of its height, Mount Tai is regarded as a paradise of “connecting the heavens and the earth, and going straight to the emperor.” The “Tibezi” who is the emperor by the destiny will go to Taishan to seal the Zen and hold a ceremony to worship the gods and gods in Taishan. From the temple at the foot of the mountain to the Bixia Temple on the top of the mountain, there are countless inscriptions and ancient buildings along the way. It can be said to be a treasure trove of cultural relics, and there are countless places of interest. The people of insight and scholars from all ages came to observe the connotation of Mount Tai, appreciate the beauty of Mount Tai, inspire inspiration, touch the patriotic sentiment, and sing the Taishan with poetry and songs and inscriptions. Taking the emperor's meditation and ritual activities as the main clues, the mountain god worship and the emperor's rituals, the masses of religious activities, the literati's visits and scientific research, and the mutual transformation and influence of the content of scientific research have formed the extremely rich history of Mount Tai. The cultural content has become the epitome of the history and culture of the Chinese nation and the mountain of spiritual culture, and has become a rare natural and cultural heritage in the world.

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