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Ganlu temple, the most dangerous temple in China, was built under a boulder. Have you ever been ther

Temples are very common in China, and many temples are located in dangerous places, such as those built on cliffs and boulders. However, we all know that the most important thing in China is talents who love to create and try, and China's buildings are always more magical than the most magical. This temple is located in Chaoshan, Guangdong, China and is called Ganlu temple. How magical is this temple?

The most amazing thing about this temple is that it is built under a huge stone. From a distance, it looks like a huge stone pressing the temple, which is shocking. However, when we look closer, we can find that there is still some distance between the boulder and the temple. However, this will not make us feel relieved, but make us feel more frightened and worried that the boulder will fall down and flatten the temple at a certain moment. But time tells us that this worry is absolutely unnecessary, because boulders and temples have been here for more than 400 years, and there is no sign of loosening.

It is understood that the reason why Ganlu temple is called Ganlu temple is actually a story. It is said that a dutiful son touched God and the sky dropped manna, hence the name of manna temple.

There is a famous national scenic spot nearby, called Sangpu mountain. This mountain is different from the high mountains in the north. Compared with the towering and strange mountains in the north, the mountains in Guangdong are relatively gentle. Therefore, tourists from afar like to stroll and enjoy the scenery on Sangpu mountain. They don't have to worry about the dangers such as altitude reaction. It can be said to be very leisurely and comfortable.

Just think, when you are walking leisurely in the mountains and forests, you suddenly see a temple pressed by boulders. When you look closer, you find that there is indeed a boulder on the top of the temple, but the stone hasn't fallen yet. Isn't it very fun and exciting?