Forest of Steles in Ming and Qing Dynasty
The Ming and Qing steles are named after the stele inscriptions of the Ming and Qing dynasties and are one of the provincial key cultural relics protection units. The Ming and Qing steles are located on the left side of the entrance road of Weiyuan City, Zhaobaoshan. There are nine inscriptions in existence, including four in Ming Dynasty and five in Qing Dynasty. The monument is 2 to 2.4 meters high and 1 to 1.2 meters wide. The 4 Ming dynasties are the "Haitian Qingyan" stele, the "Banbitian" stele, the "Qingtian Aozhu" stele and the "Tiankai Picture" stele. In the Qing Dynasty, the five pieces were the "Rebuilt Zhaobaoshan Baotuo Temple" stele, the "Haitianxiong Town" stele, the "Zhaobaoshan Baotuo Temple Renewal Stele", the "Yongqing Four Seas" stele and the "Zhenhai Fangyi Tuji" stele. The pen is strong and vigorous, and the body of the calligraphy is magnificent, which inspires many calligraphy lovers to linger.