Taizipo Scenic Area
Taizipo is one of the main scenic areas of Wudangshan Mountain in Hubei Province. It was firstly built in 1412 during Ming Dynasty and has been refurbished in Qing Dynasty in the 17th century. It is also named Fuzhenguan Monastery, built in a mountain slope of 60 degrees on Leon Peak of Wudangshan and has created an architectural wonder by borrowing the natural scenery. It has waterfalls on the left and 18-turn plank road on the right. Look from afar, it looks like a flower; when get closer, it looks like a magnificent city. The main scenic spots include Huilongguan Monastery, Chunyang Monastery, Laojuntang, Baxianguan,etc.
Taizipo is quite large in area but the main spots are close to main roads, so it is convenient to travel with. The ancient buildings of Taizipo were designed according to legendary story of Zhenwu Practising Taoism. The architect made good use of maintain ranges and shepes, so it was well-balanced and in full mystery. It is a must-see area in Wudangshan Mountain.