Shanxi Jiexiu source temple in Ming Dynasty glazed wall heart stolen police investigation original title: Shanxi Jiexiu source temple in Ming Dynasty glazed wall heart stolen police investigation netizen released photos show the source temple walls were destroyed, the Ming Dynasty glazed wall heart stolen. Image from the source of the temple of the Ming Dynasty wall glass heart photos. Pictures from the network Beijing News News (reporter Zhao Kaidi) this morning, the Beijing News reporter from the Shanxi Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau, November 12th, the Ming Dynasty glazed wall heart two national key cultural relics protection units – Jiexiu source temple stolen. Currently, the public security departments have been involved in the investigation. Yesterday, several friends broke the news that Shanxi province Jiexiu source temple outside the wall of the Ming Dynasty, two glazed wall heart stolen. This afternoon, the Shanxi Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau, a staff member confirmed the matter, and said the law enforcement officers have rushed to the scene. The temple built in June 1, 2004, according to sources, the temple was listed as the Shanxi provincial key cultural relics protection units; in March 5, 2013, the temple was listed as a national key cultural relics protection units. The source of the temple more than travel travel enthusiasts said two glass wall heart "dragon body intact, sporty, perfect combination of colored glaze". The source of the temple was built in the unknown, according to legend Tang Yuchi built to commemorate the Jiexiu magistrate King Yu combating the flood. By Song Dazhong Xiang Fu first year (1008) "source Temple tablets" to three years (997) to build the shrine records that, before the Song Dynasty is the source of the temple, after the yuan to 2 years (1309) built three Ying temple, and in the eighteen year of Ming Hongwu (1385) rebuilt. According to Ming Wanli nineteen years (1591) "new source Temple tablets" records, county magistrate Wang Yikui in Wanli sixteen years old the source of God Temple in South Fu Temple moved eastward (now the temple site), and expansion of the existing building scale that maintain style at. Editor: Zhang Dong相关的主题文章: