Where to find Yan Jin in front of the hall

  Out of the bustling, crowded crowd of Confucius Temple, I suddenly turned around and found this Wuyi Lane standing nestled in front of the Qinhuai River. There are few tourists in this alley with heavy culture, curled up in a building group tens of meters away from Wende Bridge, and it forms a strong contrast with the lively scene of Confucius Temple Pedestrian Street, as if walking alone, abandoned on the street corner, and prosperous A monk who was out of place in the city.
  When we came to Wuyi Alley, it was already evening, and the sun was westward. This time node, I wonder if it coincided with the time that Shihao was standing at the entrance of Wuyi Alley? Although there is no evidence, but what is certain is that the Wuyi alley was decayed and ruined, and it will not be as prosperous as it is now: the streets are full of crowds, the streets are scattered with the fragrance of salted ducks, and the streets are empty With the fragrance of osmanthus cake.
  ”Wild grass flowers beside the Suzaku Bridge, the sunset at Wuyi Alley.” The alley is long. I stood at the entrance of Wuyi Alley. The sunset just cast a long shadow on this node, as if casting a shadow of that era.
  Wuyi Alley, a name soaked in the remains of the ancient capital of the Six Dynasties. Historically, although there are many opinions about the name of Wuyi Alley, whether it was the name of the imperial army dressed in Wuyi in the period of Dongwu who was stationed here, or the children of the two families of Wang Jindong and Xie An in Eastern Jin Dynasty like to wear Wuwu The clothes are named after their distinguished identity. I think this is a precious legacy left by history to Jinling. It has a profound and profound charm, and it is as if covered with the most gorgeous women in gold powder and gauze. .
  It is the legend of Wang Dao and Xie An that attracted the “gold powder woman” to historical attention.
  Wang Dao is the founding father of the Eastern Jin Dynasty. The chaos of the eight kings in the last years of the Western Jin Dynasty. He knew his people with wisdom and judged the situation. He believed that only Langya king Sima Rui could revitalize the Jin family. Wang Dao’s power was momentary, and he looked sideways. It is said that on the day of Sima Rui’s enthronement, Wang Dao and him received the congratulations of the hundred officials. There is even a saying in the folks that “the king and the horse share the world”.
  Xie An is a hero who saves the community from Jijiang. Xie An, who lived in Dongshan when he was a boy and called himself by Kong Ming, became a prime minister in his forties. The idiom “Dongshan Resurrection” refers to him. Xie An, who came from the Xie family of the Chen clan of the ancestors, commanded the famous battle of Fei Shui. He won more with less and defeated more than 800,000 troops of the former Qin with 80,000 soldiers. “The Biography of Jin An Xie’an” records that when the victory of the battle of Fei Shui came, he was playing chess with others. After reading the triumphant news, he was expressionless and continued to fall. The people who played chess with him couldn’t help but ask him, he only said lightly: “The children have broken the thief.” Turning the tide down and saving the East Jinshe Jijiang in general, he calmly calmed down to this point. The Battle of Fen Shui established the stability of the Southern Dynasties for three hundred years, which in turn changed China’s historical process.
  This “gold powder woman” has Wang Dao and Xie An, already famous. However, what really makes Wuyi Alley famous and glorious, and in the morning glow and evening glow of Wuyi Alley, a large group of talented people who come and go in and out, a glance at random, will let you stare.
  ”Penglai article is built with bones in the middle, Xie Xiaoqing in the middle”, “Wang family calligraphy Xie family poems”, Wang Xie’s two wealthy and prosperous families, Menting Ruoshi, Guangai gathered together, out of the book sage Wang Xizhi, Wang Xianzhi, also out of the originator of Chinese landscape poetry Xie Lingyun and Xie Tiao Cultural master. These are enough to make people remember the Yiyi alley thousands of years later, and remember the glory it once was.
  So later generations sighed that if Wang Dao and Xie Anling made Wuyi Lane extraordinary, Wang Xizhi and Xie Lingyun made Wuyi Lane extraordinary, then Liu Yuxi and Zhou Bangyan made it immortal.
  This immortality is deposited in the poetry and poetry of the ancient literati Mo Kefang. The wars in the ancient capitals of the Six Dynasties were still frequent, and the people did not talk about life. According to historical records, in 589 AD, Emperor Wendi of the Sui Dynasty built the Kangchengyi after destroying Chen, destroying the palace garden of the Six Dynasties, and Wuyi Alley was also ruined. The Tang Dynasty poet Liu Yuxi passed by here and saw a scene of decay. Facing the ruined walls and the rubble, he was no longer sentimental and prosperous, and his life was impermanent. He expressed emotion that “the old king Xietang Qianyan flew into the home of ordinary people.”
  Who knows Shi Hao’s heartfelt emotion, but let Wu Yi Lane into the deep heart of the world, Liu Fang Bai Shi, eternal.
  Since then, more and more literati and pilgrims have come here, nostalgic, relying on hanging, looking for feelings, leaving a memorable poem and a long and graceful melody, Wuyi Lane has been in Chinese literature since then. In the history, there is a strong ink.
  Qianhua washes away, and Feihong is gone. After Shengge is gone, the old dream is gone. From the rich settlement to the ruins of the ruins, Wuyi Lane has spent thousands of years and has become a symbol of the rise and fall of Jinling.
  Wandering in Wuyi Lane can make people feel the weight of history. The present Wuyi Lane was obviously rebuilt later, and the alleys of the noblemen no longer interlaced in the alley, and replaced by the scattered footsteps of tourists. The Wang Xie Ancient Residence Memorial Hall is rarely visited by tourists, but the East Jin Sculpture Exhibition, the mural paintings of the Battle of Fei Shui, and Wang Xizhi’s calligraphic reproductions are silently telling the long history.
  The Yan in front of the hall was long gone. The setting sun disappeared, and the twilight mingled, and the lively oars and lights on the Qinhuai River gradually emerged.
  On the side of the crowded and brightly lit Qinhuai River, the cold and clear Wuyi Lane becomes more lonely and vicissitudes.