莲峰古寺（Lotus Peak Temple）
Lotus Peak TempleLotus Peak Temple was originally named “Guanyin Hall” or “Dashi Pavilion ”, when it was founded during Yongle Period of Ming Dynasty. After being deserted and repaired numerously, it was rebuilt in Longqing Period of Ming dynasty, and was renamed as “Zhongnan Old Temple”. Then in Xianfeng Period of Qing Dynasty it was rehabilitated as “Lotus Peak Temple”, engraved with the door couplet. “Lotus Peaks around the Temple, Lian River along the horizon”. However, the temple was burned down by the Japanese invaders during the Sino-Japanese War in 1940’s. Until 1992, local people in the communities and overseas Chinese raised funds and reconstructed it again in a much greater scale than before.