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Deyang

Deyang City is located in the northeastern Sichuan Basin, which borders Chengdu to the south, Mianyang to the north, Suining to the east and Aba to the west. It is a significant part of the economic zone of Chengdu, Deyang and Mianyang with its reputation as the "Oriental Budapest”.

Deyang is diverse in land feature, while most of this land is plain despite the hilly region in the south, which resulting in the regional differences in climate. Generally speaking, the climate of Deyang is humid and mild. With profound accumulation of historical culture and humanities landscapes, it is one of the cradles of Sichuan culture. Also, there are abundant tourism resources, such as Sanxingdui Ruins of the ancient Shu civilization and Deyang Confucius Temple, one of the four big Confucius temples preserved in our country. In addition, the spectacular cemetery of Li Bing as well as the Mianzhu New Year Pictures that known as "the three treasures of Sichuan” are also attractions to tourists.

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Deyang Confucius Temple is located in the center of South Street. It is also known as the Temple of Literature, where people show their worship to Confucius. Deyang Confucius Temple, the largest and most well preserved in the southwestern of the country, is one of the top threes in China. Built in the Southern Song Dynasty, the temple faces south with careful and precise layout, just like the imperial palace. All kinds of carving of stone and wood are exquisite with high value of art and history.

Sanxingdui Ruins is located in the south bank of Yazi River in Guanghan, which is 17 km to the south of Deyang. It is a national key cultural relic protection unit, covering an area of 12 square kilometers. As the largest, oldest ruins of ancient Sichuan, it is known as one of the greatest archaeological finds in the 20th century, illustrating that Yangtze River is also the cradle of Chinese civilization. Sanxingdui Ruins gained this name for there are three mounds on the Chengdu plain. Sanxingdui Museum is located at the northeast corner of the Sanxingdui Ruins, which is in beautiful environment and appropriate layout that embodies a perfect combination of humanity and nature. The shape of the main building shows a blend of classical and modern styles. Thousands of pieces of bronze, gold, jade stone unearthed from Sanxingdui are stored here, the most famous among which are hundreds of bronze works.

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Shifang is 20 km to southwest of Deyang, where Li Bing Cemetery is located, a memorial garden rich in cultural and historical connotation. Li Bing Cemetery is in memory of a governor of Shu in the Qin Dynasty, who is famous for his relation with water. The Cemetery makes mountain stone steps all the way up to the peak as its central axis; the tomb occupies a commanding position at the top of the mountain with solemn atmosphere. As a mausoleum, it fully takes advantages of the ideal geomantic omen.

Deyang, with its long history and excellent landscape of humanity and nature, is a city of leisure and tourism.