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Pavilion for Literature Deity (Wen Chang)
In addition to the figures on the second and the third floor, there is an antique tablet reading Highlighting Learning of (1738) on the first floor of the Pavilion for Literature Deity (Wen Chang).On the second floor it is the tablet reading Portrait of GAO and CHEN of (1777). GAO refers to GAO Hongqian and CHEN for CHWEN Bin. The portraits and the tablet for the newly built PAVILION FOR LITERATURE DEITY (WEN CHANG) are valuable artifacts. The wooden elements and the wooden ladder serving as access inside it are special features too. As the tallest building in the Tainan Confucius Temple, it used to be a major observatory in the beginning of its construction.

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