It used to be one of the twelve sceneries of Zhaobao Mountain. At sunset, the sky is full of colorful clouds, hence the name "Xizhao Xiahui". The Jian Pavilion dates back to the Ming Dynasty and was rebuilt in 1985. The Sanying Buddha Pavilion enshrines the "Avalokitesvara of Thousand Hands" and the "Avalokitesvara of Sending Children". There is a pavilion in the pavilion, named Qianfo Pavilion, carved from camphor wood, and the face of the Buddha is gilded, resplendent. There is a well-named Qingquan outside the pavilion, and the water is not dry. Looking back in the sunset, Guanyin Pavilion is shaded by pine and bamboo, quiet and quaint, and the Buddha Hall is glowing, and you can see a different kind of scenery. Located on the hillside in the northwest. The original Xizhao Nunnery was surrounded by mountains and covered by pine breeze. Evening is the best resort. Therefore, the chant "Xizhao Xiahui" is one of the twelve scenic spots in Zhaobao Mountain. At the beginning of the ann was built in the Ming Dynasty, Houyu, the Guanyin Pavilion was built at the beginning of the Republic of China, but it was destroyed in the Anti-Japanese War. Since 1985, more than 50 temples including the Primitive Hall, Xiangguang Hall, Guanyin Pavilion Main Hall, Taishi Hall, Hailiang Building, Caiyun Building, Dazhai Hall, Deacon House, and Lao House have been rebuilt on the old site to form a fairly complete religious group. Building groups. The Guanyin Pavilion is backed by the Aozhu and inserted into the sky tower. The magnificent Brahma Palace adds new luster to the Zhaobao Mountain Scenic Area. "Xiahui in the Evening" and "Reconstruction of the Guanyin Pavilion in Zhaobaoshan", written by Yan Shuifu, a county resident, and written by Li Jiyan.