Qingyin Pavilion

Built in 877 during the Tang Dynasty (618 A.D.-907 A.D.) by an achieved monk Huitong, Qingyin Pavilion lies at the foot of Niuxinling with Heilong River on the left and Bailong River on the right, there is a giant rock in the convergence site of a valley in the distance, which is called Niuxin Rock. There are two bridges beneath the pavilion with two streams flowing through, which is the spectacle of Emei Mt.. At the convergence of the two streams lies a rock, bellowing loudly when the water knocks on the rock, which is very pleasant to eyes and ears.

 

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