The Wen Miao Temple is located in the Wen Miao Lu in Huangpu region at Shanghai on the northeastern of Anshun in China. The Wen Miao is an ancient temple also recognized as Shanghai Confucian Temple which was constructed to forfeit homage to Confucius. It was modernized and reconstructed throughout the dynasty of the Ming and the Qing and makes the temple a bravura antique architectural achievement. This architectural multifaceted relaxing upon a slanting field the constructions appear to mount as you climb the slope. The granite stairs guide you to the front of the architectural multifaceted. Artistically, the Wen Miao shrine is a masterpiece concerning stone-carving and renowned for the wonderful craftsmanship that went into its formation.
At the access of the Wen Miao Temple you can enjoy a stone fortification and two domineering stone monument archways. The top and the beam of the arches are magnificently carved among lions, flowers and the Chinese typescript for dynamism. The wall representatively reflects both the significance of Confucian dogmas and rites in antique Chinese learning and Confucius’ immense repute in the earliest Chinese history. Climbing the staircase you can overtake the ‘Yi Lu‘, the ‘Li Men‘, the ‘Pan Chi‘ and then an additional gigantic stone monument archway engraved with flowers will clutch your attention. The fences of this monument archway are engraved with a lot of antique portraits portraying a number of classic and informative Confucian stories.