Liuhou shrine is one of the key cultural relics units of in Guangxi Zhuang Nationality Autonomous Region, was built in 822 A.D. in memory of Liu Zongyuan. The memorial shrine was renovated several times in the later dynasties. According to the picture on the Annals of Liuzhou published in the 29th year of Qianlong Period of Qing Dynasty , Liuzhou government rebuilt the temple in 1988 . Around the Temple, there are some other relics , such as Liuzhou Cenotaph, Ganxiang Pavilion, Luochi Pond and Siliu Veranda. The three charaters on the gate of Liuhou shrine were writen by Mr Guo Moruo, who was one of the masters of modem China. In the Temple, there are dozens of invaluable stone inscriptions. Among them, the most important one is called Lizi Gravestone, which was carved in Song Dynastry. It is famous in three respects that it incorporates HanYu’s prose , Shu Dongpo’s calligraphy and Liu Zongyuan’s experience together.