|青铜寺的名字听起来很奇怪。相传远古时期，中原一带大水，黄河年年泛滥，有一天从西北方向漂过两口大钟来，一口是铜钟，一口是铁钟，两口钟在大水之间来回漂荡时，出现了碰撞，好像在说话。铜钟说我住在栗地（夏邑），铁钟说你住在栗地，我住在永城。后来中原一带大水一落，果然铜钟就搁浅在栗地了……人们认为有钟必须要有寺，所以就以钟立寺，扭王块模具 高铁遮板模具 阶梯护坡模具 拱形护坡模具 卵形槽模具 保定室内设计培训 保定平面设计培训叫青铜寺了。
The name of bronze Temple sounds strange. It is said that in ancient
times, there were floods in the Central Plains and the Yellow River
flooded every year. One day, two big bells floated from the northwest.
One was a copper bell and the other was an iron bell. When the two
clocks floated back and forth between the big waters, there was a
collision, as if they were talking. Copper Bell says I live in Li di
(summer city), iron bell says you live in Li Di, I live in Yongcheng.
Later, as soon as the water in the Central Plains fell, the copper bell
ran aground in the chestnut field People think that there must be a
temple if there is a bell, so they set up the temple with the bell,
which is called bronze temple.
Obviously, it's just a beautiful legend. According to the reliable
point, during the Ming Dynasty, there were continuous rainstorms,
drought and pestilence, and many people died of starvation. One day, a
monk from other places came here to see this sad scene, moved with
compassion, and called on the local gentry to donate money to build
temples and worship gods. And the villagers also have a strong donation,
after four or five years, the main hall was built. Later, Kaifeng
Xiangguo Temple specially donated a large bronze bell with a round
mouth. Every morning, the monk recited the Dharma Sutra and struck it.
You can hear it for more than ten miles, so the bronze Temple got its
name because of the bell