Wen Tianxiang is a Chinese literary figure from the late Southern Song Dynasty. The ancestral temple, also known as the "Ancestral Temple of Prime Minister Wen", opened to the public in 1984. It is composed of a gate, a vestibule, and a memorial hall. The vestibule currently serves as the venue for the "Wen Tianxiang's Life Exhibition", while the memorial hall displays artifacts such as Wen's calligraphic works and some of the other remnants found at the old ancestral temple. In the courtyard, there is a jujube tree, believed to have been planted by Wen Tianxiang himself.

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