Congtai Park

Congtai Park, Handan

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邯郸的标志性建筑
Okt. 2020
说起邯郸,很多人第一反应会想到丛台,这也是邯郸的名片之一.丛台,是古代赵王检阅军队与观赏歌舞之地,现在已经是市民游乐休闲的场所了.
已经20多年没有到这里了,这次国庆来访,感觉公园比以前维护得更好一些.登上丛台,可以一览公园的景色.还可以在护城河里划船,只不过船还是老式的脚蹬船.
另外还有一些健身设施和儿童游乐设施,适合老年人和小朋友.整个公园,闹中取静,很适合休闲放松游览.
Verfasst am 9. Oktober 2020
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武灵丛台|邯郸市区里的“桃花源”
Apr. 2020
这是一座闹市中的公园,却摆脱了喧嚣中的浮躁之气;这是一座大型园林,却蕴藏悠久的历史与灿烂的文化。所谓“不到丛台,白来邯郸”,丛台除了武陵中的英雄气概,还有落英缤纷的良辰美景
⚓️ 历史文化打卡点:
武陵丛台丛台最早为赵武灵王观看歌舞和军事操练——“金戈铁马跟随征人征战天涯”
丛台公园-七贤祠七贤祠是为纪念春秋战国七个杰出人物而建成的
丛台公园-望诸榭丛台东湖上的望诸榭,是为纪念战国时期著名军事家乐毅而建
风景打卡:
二度梅园这个梅园很别致古典有很多老人们在这里吹拉弹唱(可能年纪大了我觉得二胡还挺好听的哈哈哈哈)这个地方有很多紫薇腊梅,可以找角度拍美美的皂片
丛台湖“麻雀虽小,五脏俱全”烦闷时散散心是足够的❤️湖中央有很多小亭子,“蓝田需汲酒,惟琼浆能浇美玉瘦”
门票:公园不要钱,登丛台需5元
消费:园内消费也算平价,烤肠3元,门口竹筒粽子2元
附近美食:丛台公园基本上是邯郸市市中心,临着邯郸新世纪 ,商场内有很多好吃的
交通:很多公交都通,202,801等
❤️很多时候“桃花源”不是武陵人束之高阁的阳春白雪,也不是意念中空中楼阁的虚幻飘渺,而是脚下草长莺飞的万般风光祝大家能在这里找到心中的那个“桃花源”
Verfasst am 5. April 2020
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Steve B
Handan, China191 Beiträge
Another great Handan Park...
Okt. 2017 • Freunde
A great city centre park, always some activity to watch or join in with or perhaps just wander round taking in all the sights...
Verfasst am 3. November 2017
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Eagle020
London, UK26 Beiträge
Lovely Park, Depressing zoo
Aug. 2016 • Paare
Congtai park is a relaxing, and very well kept park in the centre of Handan. The old-style buildings, lakes and coi-carp ponds are wonderful and full of fantastic planting. The park is mostly used by locals who go there for a dance or day trips for the family. You get a genuine feel for Chinese life without any hawkers or people asking for money.
The only bad thing is the zoo. There are lions, tigers, wolves and bears, but the conditions they are kept in are truly awful. All animals are in small cages with concrete floors. The animals look visibly distressed and poorly fed, and it is very distressing to see such fine animals like that. As the animals are so bored, some locals will tease the animals to get them to do something. If anything, visit to help raise awareness and improve this place.
Verfasst am 22. August 2016
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丛台一游
Mai 2016 • Freunde
从博物馆出来对面便是丛台公园,这座在邯郸繁华地段最大最久远的公园,有植物园,动物园等等等等,和友人一同前去,都有特别好的意义
Verfasst am 16. August 2016
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邯郸曾经的回忆
Okt. 2015 • Allein/Single
老家在邯郸,曾经是多次去过。在邯郸市中心,中华大街的中段,坐西朝东。公园本身景色没有特别吸引人的地方,需要体会和融入邯郸千年的历史文化中去感受这里。
Verfasst am 6. August 2016
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每次必去
Mai 2016 • Paare
公园位于市区中心,离新世纪商场很近,溜溜达达就能走过去。公园本身没有什么惊奇的景色,但是如果了解到其历史背景,会让人不由得感叹
Verfasst am 23. Mai 2016
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Steve B
Handan, China191 Beiträge
Nice to while away a couple of hours
Apr. 2016 • Paare
Spent a few hours walking round this park in the spring sunshine. Nice gardens and a few places to buy refreshments, perfect place to relax and watch the world go by...
Verfasst am 19. April 2016
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David C
Bexhill-on-Sea, UK219 Beiträge
Handan Dao Temple and Cong Tai Park
Mai 2015 • Freunde
We met up with 2 other cars, just outside Jinan, one driven by Su Bin, the organiser of our trip and the other by Li Cheng, an ex policeman. We travelled in a kind of 3 car convoy, containing 12 people in all. Most of them were Ling’s age-nearly 60, although one had brought her 20 year old daughter, Liu Xiao Ke, a medical student, who could speak a bit of English.

It was a hot day, about 30 degrees and although the car had air conditioning, it only lasted a while and soon the temperature inside the car averaged out at around 32 degrees. We drove for 4 hours, with one toilet stop and then stopped at a city called Handan in Hebei Province, to visit a Dao Temple. Entrance fee was about 60 yuan each, but I got in free as I am over 70 and provided proof with my passport. Apparently, it’s lucky to put your left foot over the threshold first, without touching the the crosspiece, when entering.

This place was famous, in China, for the story of ‘The Pillow Dream’ about a traveller who spent the night at the temple and was given a pillow by one of the monks. The traveller then dreamt he met a rich princess, got married and lived in a palace with 2 children and had everything he ever wanted, but when he woke up next morning, he was back in real life, sleeping rough on the floor, with just the pillow for support. He said to the monks, ‘Life is just a dream’ and I’ll always be a poor man’ and the story became associated with this temple.
There were several statues and carvings describing the story.
Apart from that, it was the usual temple, well kept and great ornaments, statues of various gods, gardens and ornate rooms. There was also a large pond near the centre, containing water lilies and goldfish.
As we left, I noticed a teenage beggar outside, very disabled, apparently without legs, although I thought I saw a sort of shoe under his abdomen, being dragged along, but I didn’t want to look too closely. No-one seemed to be giving him anything, although he might get something from visitors who still follow the Daoist religion. I asked Wang Li about it, through Ling, and he said most beggars get help from the State and beg in order to increase their income, but wasn’t sure how genuinely disabled beggars survived. Some, faked it and set up nice homes in their home villages, but there are also a lot of people who are purposely maimed by criminals, when children, to use them to beg for money and only allow them to keep enough for themselves for food etc. I was comparing this poor guy, to other teenagers in the town, with their mobile phones, tablets and designer clothes.
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There was a sort of market around the temple, mostly selling incense sticks and plastic models of gods and various other cheap looking items.more suitable for children. The whole place looked a bit dusty and unkempt, with peasant like people sitting in the gutters, presumably waiting for a bus, hold their scant belongings.

As we drove towards the town centre, we passed through a really poor factory area, with great cones belching smoke, like you used to see in and around Sheffield. There were some large pipes set along the ground, covered in a kind of dirty cloth lagging, which also forrmed arches over entrances to poor streets and I asked what these were and was told it was something to do with with the central heating system, which provides winter heat to the whole city and is piped to every block of flats.

Things improved as we entered the city centre and we stopped for a quick lunch at a noodle bar, costing about 10 yuan each, while a couple of our party went to a KFC. After the meal we met up again and drove to a pleasant park, Congtai, for about a 1 or 2 hour visit. Again, I got free entry, one of the benefits of old age, but this time it was extended to foreigners, which hadn’t been the case last time we were here.
By this time it 37 degrees in the car and about 31 outside.
It was a lovely park, a bit like Battersea Park, with a large castle in the middle, surrounding by a large lake. It was set up by some warlord or famous general about 400 years ago, in the late Ming dynasty. According to Ling, everything was done in the Ming dynasty, even the Great Wall, which I knew was during the Qing period 2000 years ago, when the Ming lasted between 1450-1700 or so.She kept saying I knew nothing about China, until Wang Li confirmed I was right.

We climbed the usual hundred steps or so to the top and had a great view of the city. We all took loads of photos and I guess I’ll attach these to the diary in chronological order. Although an excellent park, like most Chinese museums and parks, they lacked a decent tea room, or even café as found in most places in UK, which I regard as an oversight for making a bit of extra money for the people who run these places.

We left here around 4.00 pm to continue our journey to the main destination, Shangzhi in Shanxi Province, which we reached at 5.30. Ling had told me the whole trip would take 5 hours, but in fact it was double that, not helped when the group leader, Su Bin took a couple of wrong turnings.
Most of the roads in the cities are about 4 or 5 lanes, although the way drivers change lanes and dodge in and out at will, they try to add an extra lane.I’m amazed there aren’t more accidents as cars are constantly being ‘cut up’by overtaking drivers and a lot of those in front are always in the wrong lane anyway.
Verfasst am 22. Jänner 2016
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loicva73
belley11 Beiträge
Belle promenade
Juni 2014 • Paare
Jolie parc,au calme malgré sa situation qui l'entoure.
Bonne promenade fait un dimanche matin
L'entrée aux temples sont payant(le ticket de 5yuhans donne accès aux deux)
Pas fait le zoo.
Verfasst am 29. Juni 2014
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